Ample outdoor space and cozy pre-war interiors at this $949K Brooklyn Heights co-op

Posted On Mon, October 28, 2019 By

Posted On Mon, October 28, 2019 By In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings

Images courtesy of The Corcoran Group.

The intimate residential charm of the 19th-century Federal townhouse at 30 Remsen Street is immediately apparent even in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood of picturesque row houses, starting with water views from the front stoop. This one-bedroom home, on the market for $949,000, has two choices in covetable Brooklyn outdoor space: a private back yard garden and a 55-foot mini-forest for residents of the nine-unit co-op building.

30 Remsen Street, cool listings, Brooklyn Heights

Just a few door down from the Promenade, this private outdoor paradise is dinner party-ready. If your party needs more outdoor space, a shared garden extends all the way to Grace Court.

30 Remsen Street, cool listings, Brooklyn Heights

When the weather cools, a large open living and dining room floor plan features a wood-burning fireplace beneath 14-foot ceilings. Tall townhouse windows frame views of the greenery outside.

30 Remsen Street, cool listings, Brooklyn Heights

30 Remsen Street, cool listings, Brooklyn Heights

A light-filled bedroom is both tranquil and cozy. In addition to a capacious bedroom closet, a large dressing area lined with closets divides the bedroom and bath. There’s another large closet in the apartment’s entry hall.

[Listing: 30 Remsen Street, Apt. 1B by MaryElizabeth SmithPaul Hansen and Luke Hoback for The Corcoran Group]

[At CityRealty]

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Images courtesy of The Corcoran Group.

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