110 Clifton Place, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, is a prewar warehouse building that formerly housed a ping pong factory. Today, unsurprisingly, it’s home to luxury loft apartments. This one is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex with a whole lotta space—1,200 square feet to be exact—that also comes with its own private roof deck. The listing calls it “quintessential loft living” and we’d have to agree, with the high ceilings, spiral staircase and big windows. Its asking price? $1.1 million.
115 Willow Street
115 Willow Street, $2.35 million (L); 108 Pierrepont Street, $575,000 (R)
This freshly-listed, charming bi-level bolt-hole in prime Brooklyn Heights at 108 Pierrepont Street may be petite, but it’s tucked into the same elegant neighborhood as the house-like duplex at 115 Willow Street, also new to the market, that’s going for $2.35 million. Also in a beautiful, well-kept historic prewar building, with the same access to the Promenade, park and neighborhood highlights, the former rings in at a far-lower $575,000.