Entering through its foyer, sunlight bounces off of its original oak floors and crown molding lines its 9-foot ceilings. Marvelous original details abound across the apartment: its bathroom features its original clawfoot soaking tub and an oversized porcelain pedestal sink, while the sunny kitchen is home to its original gas stove and a huge farmhouse sink - ideal for the discerning host or hostess. Its fourth-floor location, tucked away from the street, ensures blissful peace and quiet. Fabulously low monthly maintenance fees render this historic home a rare find at the center of glorious Brooklyn Heights.
87 Columbia Heights is a sought-after five-storey, pre-war luxury co-op building on the historic Brooklyn Heights Promenade with excellent financials. From its spacious roof deck, residents enjoy stunning obstructed views of Lower Manhattan, the Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbor. Its grand lobby, with black-and-white marble floors, wrought iron staircase, and ornate crown molding evokes a bygone era of gentility. This non-elevator building features a live-in resident manager, bike and regular storage, a central laundry room, and video intercom security. Convenient transportation options abound, with four subway lines just minutes from the front door, plus splendid restaurants, shops and charming tree-lined streets. Dogs not permitted.
$650,000$25,000 - 42 days ago
Listed on Jan 13, 2020
43 Days on Market
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $631
Exclusively listed with: KWNYC Tribeca
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