This studio apartment at One Brooklyn Bridge Park looks straight off the set of “Mad Men.” The owner managed to pack plenty of mid-century modern design into just 589 square feet while creating an inventive layout that creates some private spaces within the apartment. Best yet, the studio comes with a big wall of windows, a common feature throughout the Brooklyn Heights development, which leads out to a private terrace. After last selling in 2013 for $672,045, the studio is now on the market asking $810,000.
Bold design helps create distinctive spaces within the studio. The entrance hallway, for example, is lined with a patterned wood.
The warm brown color palette carries through the apartment, with interior details reminiscent of the 1950s or ’60s. The kitchen, adjacent to the dining room nook, features custom Italian kitchen cabinets, a stone countertop, and oak floors.
The bed was placed in its own nook for extra privacy, and 13-foot ceilings overhead keep the apartment from feeling too crowded. And of course, the wall of windows doesn’t hurt. The striking backdrop brings light into the entire apartment and creates a spacious feeling of an indoor/outdoor connection.
This charming landscaped patio adds an extra 290 square feet to the pad.
The unit also comes with its own washer/dryer setup, and a 24-square-foot storage unit. One Brooklyn Bridge Park, of course, is located right at the base of the popular summer destination Brooklyn Bridge Park. Besides the direct park access, the building’s amenities list is long. It includes a nine-seat movie theater, golf simulator, putting green, billiard room, gym, yoga room and two courtyards. But an owner might not be too tempted to leave this mid-century modern enclave considering the access to such a lovely private patio.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights