$1.3M Brooklyn Heights Pad Boasts Beamed Ceilings with Plenty of Skylights

Posted On Wed, April 8, 2015 By

Posted On Wed, April 8, 2015 By In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings, Interiors

Few things sound better than living above an 1843 Brooklyn Heights brownstone with the Promenade literally steps away, and that’s what this 1,300-square-foot apartment at 28 Remsen Street has to offer. And more than that, the $1.275 million co-op offers multiple skylights that are more like sunroofs because they actually open to let in the breeze.

28 Remsen Street, 1843 brownstone, roof deck with Manhattan skyline views,

Enter the one-bedroom apartment to find a 27-foot-by-16-foot living room with a wood-burning fireplace and two skylights. The space is defined by wood-beamed ceilings, original planked pine floors, and whitewashed exposed brick walls. An open kitchen with exposed brick walls and a wood block counter top sits in the corner of the room.

28 Remsen Street, 1843 brownstone, roof deck with Manhattan skyline views,

There’s a center room with a third skylight that is best suited for a den, library, or home office. The listing suggests an easy conversion to a second bedroom as a possibility, but it might be a tight squeeze. The bathroom has a soaking tub and a stall shower, and there’s laundry in the unit. But best of all is an exclusive roof deck with 360-degree views of the city, downtown Manhattan in particular. Fourth of July will never be the same.

[Listing: 28 Remsen Street #5 by Mort Goldstein of Corcoran Group]

Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights



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