This spacious pre-war home is perched on the top floor of a classic, elevator building in Brooklyn Heights.
Offering generous proportions and gracious flow, this pre-war apartment is perched on the top floor of a classic brick building in the heart of historic Brooklyn Heights. The corner unit boasts stunning skyline views, an entry hallway, a newly renovated kitchen with two windows and stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher and microwave), crisp white cabinets, a sleek backsplash, and quartz countertops, a spacious sunken living room, a windowed dining gallery, a king-size bedroom with two exposures, and a refurbished bathroom. The original parquet floors have been refinished, and there are high ceilings with fans and recessed lights.
The 41-unit co-op is meticulously maintained by a live-in super. There is an elevator, a beautiful roof deck, a warm, inviting lobby, basement laundry, and storage possibilities. Best of all, as a sponsor unit, board approval is not required. Pets are not accepted.
Located on a tree-lined North Brooklyn Heights block with all the charm of yesteryear, shopping, dining, entertainment, the Promenade, and Brooklyn Bridge Park are all near, and the A/C and 2/3 are merely steps away, and commuting to Manhattan is as easy as it gets.