In the heart of Historic Red Hook, a renovated, single family townhouse with multiple outdoor spaces, modern finishes. Set back from the street, the house has a curb cut. The entry is through a modern steel electric gate. The secluded professionally landscaped front yard, 55' x 19', is complete with green lawn, a beautiful 30' tall Beech tree. The front steps lead to a deck 17.5' x 7', custom steel planters filled with evergreens. There are steps down to the lower level entrance, an attached exterior storage room with mechanicals, this area is complete with pavers and a built in bench.The elegant front brick facade is painted white, the glass entry door and living room with sliding doors flood light in to the house. Expansive living on first floor, sliding doors, create an indoor/outdoor living feel rarely found in a townhome. The large open chef's kitchen was meticulously renovated, has custom fixtures, Caesar Stone counter tops, and stainless appliances. The kitchen has a custom center island, a prep sink, beverage refrigerator, expansive storage, and counter seating. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout the home. There are sliding glass doors to an outdoor balcony by the south facing kitchen. The house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The lower level is currently the master with a full bath and large shower. This floor is complete with an open study 12' x 20.9', built in desks, shelving, several storage closets and a laundry area. A glass paneled staircase leads to the second floor which has two flexible bedrooms, one with the convenience of an en-suite bathroom and its own balcony, full closets. The other upstairs bedroom was originally built as two bedrooms and could be returned to that configuration if a buyer wishes. This impeccable home features exquisite custom details.In 2015, a new roof and a full deck were added; this is the heart of the home in warm weather, with panoramic Red Hook and City views. An original 1910 house, it was rebuilt in 2013. There is a city bike docking station on the block. B57 B61 buses to 4/5 trains, 35min by train to Manhattan. 20 Minutes by Ferry to the Wall Street Pier, 11 minutes via 478 tunnel to Lower Manhattan. Blocks from Fairway, Ikea and community schools (Basis Independent Brooklyn). This is quintessential Red Hook living.Located in an historic neighborhood, are choice restaurants like The Good Fork, Hometown Bar-B-Que, and Brooklyn Crab. Numerous artists' are drawn to the area for the large industrial buildings which provide wonderful studio spaces, galleries, and neighborhood hangouts. There are changes a plenty ongoing in the neighborhood, including new condo development, renovation of townhouses.