Bursting with creativity and populated by the architecture of its industrial roots, Dumbo (short for “Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass”) is a Brooklyn neighborhood that exudes classic NYC charm.
A prime example of Dumbo’s character is 185 Plymouth Street, Unit 4S. Once the warehouse of a successful turn-of-the-century coffee brand called Arbuckle Brothers Coffee, the facade's beautiful architecture is a testament to the loft located within.
Stretching to a spacious 3,300 square feet, this 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom full-floor loft was once home to successful artist Zoe Buckman, and featured in an architectural digest piece that delved deeper in the home’s functionality, doubling as her gallery and living space.
The historical significance is abundantly communicated through its gorgeous architectural details, with perfectly preserved oak flooring throughout, restored timber beams, and exposed brick walls.
There is tons to love about this popular Brooklyn neighborhood: charming cobblestone streets lined with art galleries, independent boutiques, local eateries, and a plethora of historic properties like 185 Plymouth Street's amazing loft.
With its updated kitchen, sizable walk-in closets, high ceilings, and windows that allow an abundance of natural light to fill the space, this home is as accommodating as it is beautiful.
The home’s spacious terrace is the perfect spot for entertaining guests or simply enjoying the tranquil privacy that this gorgeous outdoor space grants.
In addition to the property’s highly coveted amenities, its location is all the more convincing that this loft is a rare NYC find. In close proximity to the East RIver waterfront and the neighborhood's local hot spots, this full-floor unit at 185 Plymouth street offers all that potential buyers are looking for in a NYC property: privacy, charm, and abundant beauty.