On a quiet block in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, this charming studio at 38 Livingston Street doesn’t offer a ton of square footage but the thoughtful design details make it worth a look. The fully-furnished unit is outfitted with chic, just-trendy-enough pieces that make a bold statement, and it’s asking the semi-reasonable rent of $2,450 a month.
The living area looks like it’s been pulled straight out of the pages of a design magazine. It features a large, dark green velvet couch, mirrored cabinets, and a modern chandelier — all set against a dramatic, large-scale floral wallpaper that makes the whole space pop. White stand-up cabinets house a Murphy bed, so you can enjoy as much space as possible during the day, then get cozy at night.
The separate eat-in kitchen has been fully renovated with stainless steel appliances and vibrant, red cabinetry. The dining nook comes outfitted with a large wooden table, a place for entertaining which could also double as a work area when needed. The bright bathroom features a clawfoot soaking tub, subway tiles, and a deep, built-in ledge for all your storage needs.
The neo-classical building, known as The Colonial, has an elevator, live-in super, central laundry and private storage in the basement. It’s located a block and a half from 6 subway lines and walking distance from the Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Promenade.
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Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights