In the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, this one-bedroom rental is a block from Cadman Plaza Park and has original details and new flooring. Located at 62 Henry Street, it’s a walk-up on the top floor of a four-story brick building, which dates from circa 1861-1879.
The unit is painted a light yellow throughout, with white trim and ceiling moldings. The living area is composed of two rooms and is quite spacious, with tin ceilings and a decorative mantel.
No door appears to separate the rear bedroom from the kitchen, which is nicely sized and has a good deal of counter and cabinet space. The bathroom has a stand-up shower with black, white and grey hexagonal tile and a sliding glass door.
The home is located on a quaint stretch and sits above the Henry Street Ale House, which could be a plus or a minus, depending on your point of view. It’s close to the A at the High Street subway station and two blocks to the Clark Street stop.
Corcoran’s Lisa Sulfaro has the listing for $2,900. What do you think?
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