This two-bedroom apartment has quirky character, convenient built-ins and a private garden oasis. Located on the garden level of a circa 1870s brick row house at 107 Wyckoff Street in Boerum Hill, it is one of just four units in the co-op.
The floor-through apartment has a kitchen with a street view, living room in the middle and two bedrooms facing the garden. The living room has wood floors but otherwise is somewhat spare. Things liven up in the eat-in kitchen with sleek bamboo cabinetry, stone countertops and shuttered windows.
The master bedroom is chock full of cabinetry to keep the day-to-day items of life out of view. The second bedroom, set up as an office, has a painted brick wall and a bricked up fireplace that gives a hint to the likely original kitchen use of the garden level.
There’s a fully tiled full bath that looks to be in good shape with a walk-in shower, double sinks and dark wood cabinetry. There’s no mention of laundry in the listing and from the floor plan it doesn’t look like a washer and dryer is tucked into the unit.
The landscaped garden, 800 square feet according to the listing, is reached through the master bedroom. There are curved paths and planting beds with a paved patio area. There are at least two mature trees and plenty of opportunity for an enthusiastic gardener.
It appears the four-story building went co-op in 1989 and there hasn’t been much turnover since. This garden unit, listed by Marcy Grau and Jeanne Kempton of Compass, is asking $1.295 million. Monthly maintenance charges are $800. What do you think?
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