Originally built in 1899, 574 Washington Avenue is an Italianate style Brownstone which has been recreated into four remarkable condominiums. Residence No. 4 reveals an duplex floor plan generously spread across 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, spacious living room, and private landscaped roof deck. Built with state-of-the-art components, the open kitchen presents an integrated Miele appliance package that includes refrigerator, freezer, 5-burner gas range, exhaust hood, electric speed wall oven, convection wall oven, dishwasher, and wine refrigerator. Set against imported Italian oak cabinetry paired with natural honed white suede quartz counters and backsplash. The bi-level island provides a deep Franke Peak Fragranite zero-edge sink basin, garbage disposal, Brizio matte black pull-down faucet, additional storage space, and breakfast bar. Each bathroom offers a serene retreat with floor-to-ceiling Italian porcelain tiles, deep soaking tubs, rain head thermostatic shower sets, floating vanities finished in Khaki wood and Laufen Kartell toilets. Fixtures are clad in a sleek matte black finish. Designed with a stalwart focus on nature and technology, these homes are a reflection of innovative planning and the developer’s desire to create an architecturally distinguished retreat for its residents. Each home is equipped with home automation, built-in speakers, central heating and cooling, washer and dryer, additional on-site storage space, outdoor grilles and gas-lit fireplaces for the full experience. Clinton Hill is a Brooklyn neighborhood rich in cultural diversity, known for a welcoming feel of its streets and inhabitants. Reputed for its Victorian architecture and proximity to green spaces, this tight knit community blends a quiet historical elegance with a lively abundance of activity, arts, and entertainment. Public crown jewels such as The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Brooklyn Central Library and sports and entertainment hub, Barclay’s Center, offer the local community amenities sought after far and wide. Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park’s gateway to an array of art, free concerts, ballfields, playgrounds, public events, and greenmarkets. A myriad of independently owned eateries, and coffee shops include neighborhood notables like Maison May, Aita, The Finch, Speedy Romeo, Locanda Vini & Olii, Emily, Sisters, and Graziella’s are all within easy reach – while offering easy and direct connectivity via the C and G lines – or CitiBike – to anywhere in Brooklyn, Manhattan and beyond.