Here’s a one-bedroom apartment in an 1870s mansion that offers enviable views of the Brooklyn Heights promenade and the Manhattan skyline across the river. Located at 150 Columbia Heights, the brownstone once belonged to one of the two sons of Dr. E.R. Squibb, who lived in the mansion next door.
Only three photos of the interior are available, and there is no floor plan. But the living area, from what can be seen, features bay windows, original millwork and hardwood flooring throughout.
The galley kitchen has a generous amount of storage and counter space, including floor to ceiling cabinets. It’s all white except for the new-looking stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. The white-tiled bathroom has a contemporary look and a glass-walled shower.
The listing boasts “substantial storage space,” although it does not say where it is located.
Below the overhang of the promenade as well as Brooklyn Bridge Park, the street remains quiet despite the busyness that surrounds it. Centrally located, the Clark Street 2, 3 station is three blocks away, with High Street A, C station a few streets past.
Matthew Canale and Paul Policastro of Citi Habitats have the listing for $3,500 a month. Worth the rent?
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