Bring Your Books to This Bright Brooklyn Heights Pad

Posted On Tue, January 13, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, January 13, 2015 By In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings, Interiors

You know you’re in a coveted neighborhood when the brokerbabble doesn’t even have to describe the home. This sunny two-bedroom apartment at 150 Joralemon Street has only two words to say to make you grab your realtor and come running: Brooklyn Heights. Yep, for $545,000 you can live in one of Brooklyn’s most prestigious neighborhoods, with quiet, tree-lined streets and the East River practically at your doorstep. And the apartment is not too shabby, either.

Light streams into the entertaining space through two large windows. The room also sports tall, beamed ceilings and hardwood floors that extend to a dining area lined with bookshelves. And we’re talking about a lot of bookshelves. There’s space for your entire library, with built-ins up to the ceiling and a ladder for easy access. There’s also space for additional shelves all along the wall of the entry hallway if you’re feeling as scholarly as the current owners.

150 Joralemon Street, near Brooklyn Heights Promenade, near Montague Street, built-in bookshelves

The galley kitchen is rather unremarkable, but it has everything you need with plenty of counter space, cabinets and a bar. Back in the sleeping quarters are two bedrooms and a bathroom, and from the looks of the floor plan, the second bedroom may even have a few steps up to the door if you’re looking for unique features. The entire apartment has an interesting shape, adding a touch of fun to each of the rooms.

150 Joralemon Street, near Brooklyn Heights Promenade, near Montague Street, built-in bookshelves

150 Joralemon Street is located near the Promenade and shopping on Montague Street. Residents benefit from a live-in super, storage, a bike room, a community room/children’s playroom, an exercise room, and laundry facilities on every floor.

[Listing: 150 Joralemon Street #3A by Gregory Williamson of Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights

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