In Crown Heights, here’s a spacious two-bedroom floor-through apartment in a barrel-fronted three-story building. Located at 1599 Union Street, it’s on the parlor level and has numerous original details.
For example: this unit boasts parquet flooring throughout, a built-in closet with frawers underneath, coffered ceilings, plaster picture frame wall and ceiling moldings and window surrounds, at least one visible sconce, millwork floor moldings and doorway surrounds and, according to the listing, pocket doors.
The listing says there is both a living and dining room in addition to the two bedrooms, not to mention a home office-sized walk-in closet, which is not pictured. The rear room has a beamed ceiling, and there’s a window seat with storage in the front room.
The kitchen is thin but has plenty of cabinet space, as well as a dishwasher and microwave. A door in the back leads out onto a deck and yard.
An equidistant two blocks from the express Utica Avenue 3, 4 and 5 station and the local Kingston Avenue 3 station, the apartment is available for move-in on November 1.
Corcoran’s Jonathan Regis has the listing, which is asking $2,300 a month. What do you think of it?
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