This two-bedroom Brooklyn Heights co-op is well laid out, in good shape, and offers a shared roof deck and a deeded parking space. It’s at 157 Hicks Street, between Pierrepont and Clark streets, on the third floor of a four-unit brick townhouse in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District.
There’s no prewar detail to speak of here, but there are dual sets of new bay windows in the front, and a wall of built-in bookshelves and cabinets in the living room. The kitchen is renovated, with a wraparound granite countertop, a Wolf range, a panel-doored Subzero and a wine fridge.
There’s a walled-in space off the living room that could serve as an office or a nursery; you could also open it up to create a bigger living space.
The bedrooms are in the rear; the master’s got decent closet space and a slew of built-ins. There’s a closeted washer and dryer and a single bathroom with radiant floor heating, walled in white tile.
Then there’s the parking spot, which sits in the rear of the building — a key perk if you’ve got a car, and a source of rental income if you don’t.
Listed by Lesley Semmelhack of Corcoran — who’ll be showing it at open houses tomorrow (1-2 p.m.) and Sunday (2-4 p.m.), the 1,050-square-foot unit is asking $1.45 million. Which, as it happens, is exactly what the comparably sized unit upstairs sold for in December. What do you think this one might fetch?
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