394 Vanderbilt Avenue was crafted within two historic Italianate brownstones built in 1877 by Thomas B. Jackson. As part of a row of 16 brownstones, this classic Brooklyn blockfront offers a consistent architectural character and charming tree-lined sidewalks. Our complete renovation of this condominium within the Fort Greene Historic District includes soaring ceilings with exposed beams, tall art walls and engineered 5-inch oak floors throughout. The open kitchens feature gleaming subway tile, open shelving, black granite, and fine appliances by Bertazzoni and Bosch. Chic barn doors in the master bedrooms reveal the en suite marble bathroom of your dreams, where a clawfoot soaking tub is surrounded by a walk-in rain shower and a double vanity. These light filled apartments serve as a serene escape from city life and include our TBHCo touch of modern lines with natural wood textures.
*Photography by Matthew Williams