Here’s a simple and adorable one-bedroom pad at 155 Henry Street in highly sought-after Brooklyn Heights. You’ll surely find it’s $585,000 price tag appealing, but inside, original details, lovely light, and great views await to win you over even more.
There’s plenty of storage in this prewar pad, starting with the hall closet right at the entrance. The well-lit main living space features original details, hardwood floors and high beamed ceilings. In the corner of the unit is a cute kitchen with surprisingly substantial cabinet space, stainless steel appliances, and subway tile.
The bathroom and a spacious hall closet separate the living space from the private master bedroom. This room features more light and additional closet space. Bonus points: look outside any of the apartment’s windows for a gorgeous view of the courthouse gardens.
155 Henry Street is located in one of the best neighborhoods in Brooklyn, known for its quiet tree-lined streets and prime real estate. The co-op is conveniently situated near shops, restaurants, the Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park. Bring your pooch and your bike, but say goodbye to your laundromat, because the building has central laundry.
[155 Henry Street at CityRealty]
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Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights