This one-bedroom on the parlor floor of a Bed Stuy brownstone is awash in details not commonly found in rentals. At 57 Halsey Street between Nostrand and Bedford avenues, it’s got loads of original woodwork, including carved mantels, wainscoting and built-in cabinetry.
It’s also got pocket doors, bay windows in the front and back, and stained-glass window transoms.
The kitchen is brand-new and simple and modern to contrast with all this mahogany splendor. Some may find it a bit jarring, but it does have a nice six-burner gas stove and decent cabinet space.
The apartment looks to be pretty spacious, with a large bedroom in the rear and a full dining room in the middle. The latter’s got a marble floor, which seems a bit cold, but may appeal to some. There’s one bathroom, not pictured.
It’s near the A/C at Nostrand, so that’s a plus.
Listed by Jason Garcia of Citi Habitats, the no-fee apartment is priced at $3,999 a month. Think that’s aiming too high for a one-bedroom, or will someone bite?
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