Here’s a lovely two-bedroom apartment on the third floor of a co-op building at 126 Greene Avenue in Clinton Hill. Called the Richelieu, and built in 1897, it has four stories, an elevator and a pair of sweet globe light posts out front, at the corner of Clinton Avenue in the Clinton Hill Historic District.
The place has a tranquil vibe and a fetching living room, with high ceilings, leaded glass windows, good light, inlaid floors and a large, carved mantel. There’s also pocket doors and nice unfinished woodwork, here and throughout.
The zig-zaggy eat-in kitchen’s equally attractive, with blonde-wood cabinetry, aqua counters, glass tiling, double exposures and a window bench. There’s a dining room as well, with a cool mid-century sideboard that could potentially stay in place — the place is being offered furnished or unfurnished.
A good-sized bedroom is pictured; the second one, presumably less good-sized, is not.
There’s a garden courtyard, laundry and bike storage in the basement. It’s a good Clinton Hill location with the G train a block away.
The place is renting for $4,000 a month; Angela Ferrante of Brown Harris Stevens is the agent. Who wants it?
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