Postwar Coop Built 1945 in
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Situated atop the eighth floor of this highly desirable Clinton Hill co-op, this beautiful, convertible two-bedroom, one bath apartment features stunning views of downtown Manhattan from five oversized windows with glorious west and south facing light. Ideally suited for entertaining, this bright home offers an oversized living room with open concept plan, and a flexible space for dining or a secondary bedroom. A windowed kitchen enjoys stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink and butcher block countertops. A bonus nook with separate cabinetry is perfectly suited for additional seating or a work space. A large master bedroom enjoys a quiet, sun-filled western exposure with ample closets and room for a king bed. A separate bathroom offers marble tiling, a deep-soaking tub and an elegant vanity. Three large closets and hardwood floors complete this well-considered floor-plan.
201 Clinton Avenue is part of one of the most desirable communities in Clinton Hill. Designed in the 1930's by Wallace K. Harrison (Rock Center, Radio City, Lincoln Center, and the United Nations), it was originally built to house the Brooklyn Navy Yard workers. This ultra private complex includes a landscaped courtyard with seating areas and a 24/7 private security office in the center. The pet-friendly, elevator building also features a live-in super and a spotless laundry facility. Additionally, the coop features its own self-generating power supply proving to be environment-friendly and cost-effective for shareholders. With low maintenance, enjoy these savings along with the the finest living in Clinton Hill.