118 Amity Street
History & Description
As part of the former Dudley Memorial, designed by Charles Hough and erected in 1902, 118 Amity is one of the most historically significant buildings in Cobble Hill. Both in its style, echoing that of a small French Renaissance palace, and in its height, this richly adorned red brick building, with stone and terra cotta trim, blends well with the residential character of this tree-lined block. Quoins of masonry and rich trim adorn the windows. The building offers five levels of grand indoor and outdoor living as well as a hidden wine cellar.
Designed and fully renovated by Foster & Associates, the property offers three exposures including a side yard and a finished roof terrace that provides nearly 2,000 square feet of outdoor space. The finished roof terrace includes a six-person spa hot tub. The property has a state of the art electronic system by Unique Spaces, as well as top of the line appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, Wolf 6-burner stove with oven and hood, Miele dishwasher, and Dacor microwave. Currently designed as a five-bedroom with multiple living and recreation spaces, the design can easily accommodate a 6th bedroom.