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46 Strong Place - 2
Cobble Hill
Flex 2
1 Bathroom Bathrooms
Subway Lines
This listing has rented. Please see current Sales and Rentals listings.

Rarely available, beautiful top floor 1BR+ apartment in a classic brownstone on one of Brooklyn’s most coveted blocks. Bright, serene, and extremely spacious with a glorious view of Manhattan. This is a truly exceptional home in a neighborhood with an abundance of charm and character and a wealth of restaurants, shopping, and transport possibilities.

Features include:
High Ceilings
Hardwood floors throughout
- Central Air
- New Windows
- New Open Plan Kitchen
- Renovated Bathroom
- Office/Den off the Master Bedroom
- Dishwasher
- In-Unit Washer /Dryer
- Decorative Fireplace and Period French Doors


  • Bedrooms: Flex
  • Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
  • Apartment


  • Laundry in Unit
  • Renovated
  • Pets Allowed Case by Case
  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry on Floor
  • Heat/Hot Water Included
  • Washer/Dryer Allowed


More about Cobble Hill

More about Cobble Hill

Tucked between Brooklyn Heights and Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill offers the best of both worlds, with quaint shaded streets of impeccably maintained townhouses along with thriving commercial activity along Atlantic Avenue and Court Street. Cobble Hill's genteel atmosphere and convenient location have long been attracting well-heeled Manhattanites in search of peace and quiet. Most of the neighborhood lies within the Cobble Hill Historic District, which boasts one of the city's finest collections of 19th century homes. Its current name is a revival of a name that died out in the late 19th century - "Cobles Hill" - and was reinvented in 1959 as Cobble Hill. Like its neighbors, Carroll Gardens and the Columbia Street Waterfront District, the area was once considered to be part of Red Hook (and South Brooklyn as a whole). Historical sites include the childhood home of Winston Churchill's mother (197 Amity Street), the Workingman's Cottages, now luxury residences (Warren Place), and the nearby Romanesque Baltic Towers - now condominiums (417-435 and 439-45 Hicks Street). Cobble Hill Park, which faces enchanted Verandah Place, offers a bit of green space for families to enjoy, and Brooklyn Bridge Park is easily accessible, as well.

Grocery Stores

  • Union Market
  • Trader Joe's
  • Pacific Green Gourmet
  • Sahadi's
  • Key Food

Laundromats / Dry Cleaners

  • Expressway Laundromat
  • Henry Street Laundromat
  • The Cobble Hill Cleaners & Laundry


  • The Grocery
  • La Vara
  • Watty & Meg
  • Bar Tabac
  • Sam's Restaurant
  • Sottocasa Pizzeria
  • Hibino
  • Joya
  • Bocca Lupo

Coffee Shops / Dessert

  • Cafe Pedlar
  • Konditori