This $765K Brooklyn Heights co-op may be narrow, but a private garden offers the great outdoors

Posted On Tue, October 8, 2019 By

Posted On Tue, October 8, 2019 By In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings

Image credit: VHT, courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Steps from the Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park in Brooklyn Heights, this one-bedroom co-op at 73 Columbia Heights, asking $765,000, doesn’t transcend the average New York City shoebox. But a magical 335-square-foot private garden just out back is an urban outdoor space with room to roam.

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The ground-floor apartment has been recently renovated. A decorative fireplace adds a sense of warmth and anchors the clean, bright space. The bedroom is tucked away in a quiet corner and features custom closet space; there are two additional large closets as well.

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On the kitchen side of things, you’ll find Silestone countertops, custom cabinetry, and all-new stainless steel appliances. The bath (not pictured) boasts black and white subway tile.

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73 columbia heights, brooklyn heights, cool listings, co-ops, outdoor space

Just off the living room is your very own “Tuscan-inspired” patio, which has been featured on HGTV’s “Urban Outsiders.” The apartment has newly-upgraded electrical and plumbing. The building offers separate storage, and there’s a central laundry room, too.

[Listing: 73 Columbia Heights, GL1 by Brendan Gilligan, Sephora Saint Jour and Paul Dawson for The Corcoran Group.]

[At CityRealty]

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Image credit: VHT, courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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