This converted cathedral promises that “no expense was spared” while restoring the historic property to its former glory, and there’s no denying that the Fort Greene cathedral residence is a stunner.
Originally built in 1886, the Gothic Revival building got a makeover in 2015, when the cathedral was converted into into 12 stupidly gorgeous apartments. Available for productions, movies and photoshoots, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath residence isn’t exactly your common background, look at those ceilings! Look at that brick! Look at that window!
Its stunning original details include 33-foot vaulted ceilings, dramatic transverse arches, and a sea of rustic exposed brick, but it’s also got plenty of modern conveniences. Wide-plank wood floors and 130-year-old reclaimed wood stairs are nice but so are spa-like bathrooms, top-of-the-line appliances, and central A/C.
The master suite encompasses the entire top level, while the rest of the home is situated on the well-lit lower floor. Meanwhile, the building itself has a shared gym, free laundry, bike storage, and a quaint manicured garden.
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