Asking $1.5M, this bright three-bedroom co-op in Brooklyn Heights overlooks an enchanting courtyard
Listing photos by Russ Ross, courtesy of Corcoran
The spacious and cheerful ground-floor apartment at 65 Montague Street–on a Brooklyn Heights block lined with elegant apartment buildings–is as classic as they come. The pre-war co-op, asking $1.495 million, overlooks a lovely landscaped courtyard and has been renovated to suit every whim of modern life.
Eye-pleasing details include rustic hardwood floors, tall windows, and an exposed brick wall. Creature comforts include a Bosch washer/dryer and lots of storage.
A designer kitchen has been blessed with a full suite of new appliances, a wine fridge, and an island with seating. Pale painted cabinets complement the smoky wood floor.
A spacious master suite includes heated natural stone flooring.
Two smaller chambers have pale-hued walls and delicate wallcovering to give each its own personality.
A shared leafy courtyard lies just beyond the windows, a perfect reflection of the historic surrounding neighborhood.
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Image Credit: Russ Ross courtesy of The Corcoran Group