No-Fee One-Bedroom With Mantels, Laundry in Crown Heights Brownstone Asks $2,500 a Month

This Crown Heights one-bedroom is elegant, spacious and carries no fee. It’s on the second floor of a circa 1877 Neo-Grec brownstone at 1553 Pacific Street, on the northern edge of the neighborhood and in the Crown Heights North Historic District.

The living room and bedroom are both large and well lit, and graced by high ceilings, original wood floors, crown moldings and decorative marble mantels. The living room’s got pocket shutters and an adjoining space set off by French doors, which could be an office or a nursery; you could also fit a twin bed in there and call it a bedroom, if you had a roommate who didn’t demand much in the way of space.

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The kitchen is newly renovated, but fairly small — the photo shows no dishwasher and near zero counter space, though there may well be some that’s not evident. There’s an in-unit washer/dryer, according to the listing.

You can see for yourself at an open house Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The rent is $2,500, the broker is David Alex Andrejko of Douglas Elliman. Questions, comments?

[Listing: 1553 Pacific Street #2 | Broker: Douglas Elliman] GMAP

Photo by Joe Strini for PropertyShark

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