This one-bedroom co-op at 24 Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights has a classic, elegant look. It’s got picture rail moldings and oak parquet floors that look to be in fine shape.
It all looks to be in fine shape, actually. That includes the kitchen, which looks tiny, but is nicely renovated. There’s no picture of the bathroom, but the listing promises that it’s been “elegantly restored to its original luster.”
The place isn’t gigantic at 630 square feet, but the living room and bedroom are reasonably sized. And they appear to get a fair amount of light. (It’s on a high floor, and a sliver of skyline can apparently be seen from the bedroom window.) (more…)