It’s been on the market for a couple of months, but the brokerbabble for 305 Degraw Street seems pretty much on target after watching CBS New York’s tour of the property.
Here’s the description from Town Real Estate:
Soaring ceilings on every floor of this 25-foot wide former commercial building along with the floor to ceiling glass on the rear facade, the third (eastern) exposure and the grand skylight in the center of the house allow for maximum air and light. Measured at 25 by 60 feet on a 100 foot lot- this enormous 6,000 square foot home has been carefully appointed with state of the art yet eco-friendly finishes. Every detail, large or small has been thoughtfully and tastefully designed to be both practical and beautiful. The 10 foot wide by 18 foot tall live green wall is fully irrigated and controlled offsite. It consists of 1,080 individually potted plants that can be easily swapped out. There are recycling chutes from the living floor downstairs, the laundry room is on the bedroom floor, there are art hanging picture rails thru out, multiple air conditioning, radiant heat and humidification zones, four wall-mounted iPads with a live camera to the outside and the garage for private entry and exit.
The residence is on a quiet block in Cobble Hill, currently zoned for PS29 and is in turn-key condition- likely the only ultra-luxury house in Brooklyn.