Walking down Brooklyn Heights’ main drag of Montague Street you can’t miss number 62, a stunning Queen Anne-style brick building with a prominent turret. One of the building’s corner co-op units has just hit the market for $899,000, and while it doesn’t have the lavish prewar details the exterior might suggest, it’s plenty charming. The rounded living room is lined with exposed brick and floor-to-ceiling windows, and renovations can be found in the kitchen and bedroom. The one-bedroom spread last sold in 2011 for $645,000.
Interior details include a formal entryway, crown moldings, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and custom lighting. Huge bay windows look out over the East River towards Manhattan and the gardens of Brooklyn Heights. Such a lovely living space is finished by a wood-burning fireplace.
The living and dining area looks into a windowed, eat-in chefs kitchen that’s been renovated. It now includes custom cabinetry, ample granite counter space, and customized pantry space.
The bedroom is located on the opposite side of the kitchen, creating some separation between the living spaces. Also finished with some exposed brick, it includes walls of custom closets, shelving, and storage.
The bathroom includes a soaking tub with a view, a walk-in shower and custom vanity with granite top. The unit also comes with a washer/dryer hookup.
Besides its exterior beauty, the co-op building offers a storage unit, bike room, a common roof deck with incredible views, and a live-in super. Walk one direction down Montague Street and you’re at the picturesque Brooklyn Heights promenade, walk the other way to the transit hub at Borough Hall.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
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Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights