This 3,000+ square foot townhouse at Navy Green is an expansive and well designed home, boasting four bedrooms, two full and two half bathrooms, a media room, large laundry room, and garden with patio. The floors of each home are finished in 7 wide DuChateau natural wood and is equipped with a video intercom. Each home is individually deeded and owned outright. Just outside the private yard lies the community green which gives the project it's name. The 30,000 square foot park features walk ways, playgrounds and plenty of space for relaxing and taking in the view. The first floor is spacious and open creating a generous dining area and a large living area with the kitchen in the middle. The living area opens directly onto the patio for seamless indoor/outdoor living. The backyard is perfect for a summer BBQ and comes equipped with gas, electric, and water hookups. The open kitchen design features a large island topped with Frosty Carina caesarstone, stainless steel appliances by Betrazzoni, Bosch, Liebherr and a Giagni faucet. The second floor has two bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a large laundry room. The laundry room comes equipped with a LG 30 gas washer and dryer, sink, and plenty of storage. The third floor features the expansive master suite and the fourth bedroom. The on-suite master bathroom has a deep soaking tub, heated floors, double vanity with corian sinks, and glass shower stall with Grohe fixtures. The downstairs space has a huge media room, half bath and multiple walk-in closets. It's the perfect space for watching a movie with friends or getting away from it all. Navy Green's immediate neighborhood traces its history back to the 17th century, and includes a stunning mix of residential and industrial architecture. The area is a vibrant and eclectic mix of all things Brooklyn, from charming sidewalk cafs, to beautiful parks and world-class cultural institutions. It's only a few blocks to Fort Greene Park, an elegant space originally advocated for by the poet Walt Whitman and nearby restaurants line a pair of Brooklyn's hottest culinary streets, Myrtle and DeKalb Avenues. Across Flushing Ave lies the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Now a hub for innovation in industries including tech, film and even urban agriculture, the Navy Yard is a recognized Historic District with its eyes set firmly on the future. More than 200 businesses call the Navy Yard home. The complete offering terms for condominium units are in an Offering Plan available from sponsor. File No. Cd15-0011. Artist renderings and interior decoration, finishes, appliances, and furnishings are provided for illustrative purposes only and reflect only the planned scale of the buildings and interiors. Not all items depicted in renderings are included in unit purchase.