This one-bedroom railroad apartment has a lot of original details and period charm. Located at 121 Freeman Street in Greenpoint, it’s part of a row of four-story brick apartment buildings built in 1903.
While spacious, the layout makes it a challenge for anyone but a couple or single renter.
In the way of original details, the apartment has plaster wall moldings, ceiling medallions and plenty of built-ins, including a full wall of closet space and a cabinet, according to the listing. There are hardwood floors throughout.
The galley kitchen is in fine shape, with cherry wood cabinets and a generous amount of counter space. The bathroom has a tub and pedestal sink. Both have been updated.
The photos shown in the listing are “of a similar unit,” which is hopefully identical. If you’re a pet owner, cats are in the clear, but dog owners need look elsewhere.
Just a few blocks from the borough’s edge, the building is 6.5 blocks from the Greenpoint Avenue G station and 5.5 blocks from the Greenpoint ferry. Sidewalk Realty LLC’s Bethany Trottier has the listing, which is asking $2,400. That price includes heat and hot water. What do you think?
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