Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group
Everything at this Brooklyn Heights loft is a little bit extra–the 18-foot beamed ceiling, a functional Olympic wood-burning stove, and, best of all, a roof deck overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge, New York Harbor, and Manhattan skyline. Located at 8 Old Fulton Street, the two-bedroom co-op is asking $2,999,999.
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Through oversized north- and west-facing windows at this Brooklyn Heights loft, you’re staring directly at the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, East River, and even the Statue of Liberty in the distance. Located at 8 Old Fulton Street, the two-bedroom co-op is asking $3,250,000 and was renovated by the well-known architects at Studio DB.
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Photo credit: Donna Dotan Photography courtesy of Compass.
Asking $3.25 million, this authentic landmarked loft at 8 Old Fulton Street is also a well-kept two-bedroom co-op in coveted Brooklyn Heights. Along with historic loft bones it offers stunning Brooklyn and Manhattan views and gorgeous renovated interiors in a pre-Civil War building.
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Listing images by DDreps; courtesy of Compass
This large Brooklyn Heights loft is located right across from Brooklyn Bridge Park in the landmarked building at 8 Old Fulton Street—a five-story walk-up that welcomes you with a charming red door. Renovated by an architect, the residence boasts all the loft qualities you look for but elevated with contemporary touches and smart storage throughout. And luckily you’ll be saved from any unwanted workouts because this unit is on the first floor. It’s currently on the market for $1,385,000.
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If you’ve visited Brooklyn Bridge Park then it’s likely you’ve seen 8 Old Fulton Street, the historic brick cooperative–with the red door–directly facing the park. In the 1860s, this building was constructed for the Brooklyn City Railroad Company. Today the landmark holds just 10 co-ops, meaning it’s rare to see apartments up for grabs. But this one-bedroom triplex has hit the market for $1.975 million, decked out with columns, exposed brick and twelve-foot ceilings. The previous owner was the artist Caro Heller, who passed away in 2014. According to public records, her children–an adventure writer and gallery owner–have listed the property for sale.
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