This adorable one-bedroom apartment is in a brownstone at 153 Joralemon Street, right in the heart of what is arguably Brooklyn’s most prestigious neighborhood. The Brooklyn Heights pad showcases original prewar details in such a way that is just so Brooklyn, and it can be all yours for just $439,000.
Enter and feast your eyes on parquet floors, picture frame moldings and 12-foot ceilings. The focal point of the living/dining room combination is a beautiful decorative fireplace with a mirrored mantle. The room also features natural light from an oversized window.
Off the living room, there’s a kitchen with a cute little alcove for additional storage, and a bathroom that features marble tile and a pedestal sink. The bedroom has two walk-in closets, one of which has a ladder leading to an area that can serve as a sleep-away loft or out-of-sight storage.
153 Joralemon Street is a quiet co-op close to prime Brooklyn amenities like the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, the new Brooklyn Bridge Park, Dumbo, and shops on Montague Street, Court Street, and Atlantic Avenue. Residents enjoy a live-in super, a furnished roof deck with city and harbor views, laundry, and bike storage.
Photos courtesy of Ideal Properties
Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights