A top-to-bottom renovation has revitalized a historic corner storefront into a trendy bohemian space where you can live like a movie star, with parking!

Whether you’re enamored with the rooftop deck (there are two) for entertaining; the expansive first floor layout featuring a free standing cast in place concrete fireplace and frosted restored storefront windows; or the huge basement with 10’ ceilings, exposed stone walls, and a personal wine cellar that houses an astounding 688 bottles, this home promises to be the most unique in all of Cobble Hill. Inspired by early 20th century modern French architects and designers such as Le Corbusier, Robert Mallet Stevens, Pierre Chareau, and Jean Prouve, this home exhibits a refined industrialism paired with understated luxury.

Blackened steel and factory glass juxtapose with luxurious materials including Carrara Marble and dark washed floors, all set against the backdrop of clean white walls and the occasional touch of exposed brick. Poured concrete kitchen counters integrate into the central chimney which anchors a matte black Bertazoni range and hood. A Sub-Zero fridge and wine coolers, as well as a Bosch dishwasher and Whirlpool washer and dryer add convenience and functionality. Each spacious bedroom comes complete with large closets and ensuites with radiant heated flooring and offers a great opportunity to live and work at home.