This attractive Brooklyn Heights co-op has some Victorian detail, good light and ample space for a family, with three decent sized bedrooms. It’s on the fourth floor of a self-managed five-unit building at 33 Willow Street, between Cranberry and Middagh.
The long, narrow living-slash-dining room’s got original tin ceilings and wood floors, with a pair of built-in shelving units and a fireplace with a slate mantel.
The kitchen is on the small side, but it’s nicely renovated, with cork floors, blonde-wood cabinetry, a subway-tile backsplash and a green granite countertop.
One of the two bathrooms has an Art Deco sink and aquamarine-and-black tile.
The master bedroom’s got a wall of closets; the second bedroom has bay windows overlooking the street. Both require a walk through the living room to reach one of the two bathrooms, a minor quibble.
On the plus side, there’s a good-sized laundry room. There’s also a basement storage unit.
The Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the A/C trains aren’t far off, and if and when the city gets the ill-fated Squibb Park Bridge up and running again there will be ready access to Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Listed by Compass brokers Debra Bondy and Sally Marmet, the unit is asking $1.3 million; monthly charges come to $1,127. Like the look of it?
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