You enter the apartment through a foyer with a generously-sized coat closet. The large living and dining room has incredible views and a recently updated open kitchen. The windowed kitchen features stone countertops, sleek white cabinets with soft-close drawers, stainless steel appliances, gas range, and a dishwasher.
In the rear of the apartment you will pass the classic subway tile bathroom, featuring a soaking tub, on your way to the spacious bedroom. The large bedroom has open city views and gets tremendous light while remaining incredibly quiet. The bedroom can fit a king-sized bed and has ample closet space. Throughout this special home you will find hardwood flooring and light pouring in through it's three exposures.
The Remsen is a 1928 pre-war co-op with a stunning arched Romanesque facade and an ornate lobby. Originally built as a hotel on 11 floors it later became a full- service coop. It is located in one of the loveliest blocks in landmark Brooklyn Heights. There is a live-in super and 24/7 doorman. Living at the Remsen Coop means you are close to everything: The Promenade, the new Brooklyn Bridge Park, the great shopping and dining of Montague Street and Cobble Hill, all the subway lines at Borough Hall. Maintenance includes all utilities. Bike storage and laundry in the basement, and the coop has liberal policies for sublets and allows Pied-a-terres and pets.
Building Features 10 Floors103 Units
Listed on Jun 03, 2021
54 Days on Market
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,753
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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