This fabulous prewar Brooklyn Heights co-op offers over 1,800 square feet of space, details and prime views out of three exposures, which take in the Manhattan skyline and the East River. It’s on the seventh floor of a nine-story, circa 1929 building at 35 Pierrepont Street, a short stroll from the Brooklyn Heights promenade.
The main attraction here is the eat-in kitchen, which is large, handsomely appointed and offers the aforementioned views, making for an above-average breakfast nook. It’s got a wraparound stone counter, a Sub-Zero fridge with a matching wine cooler, a Viking cooktop and double Thermador wall ovens.
There’s also a pantry with a washer and dryer.
Elsewhere there’s a dining room with a wall of bookshelves, a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, and a large foyer with multiple closets. There are beamed ceilings and parquet and hardwood floors.
The unit holds three bedrooms, including a decent sized master with a pair of walk-in closets and an en suite bath. One of the bedrooms appears to be lined with bookshelves and thus better suited to office use, though the shelves could go if needed.
The 33-unit building offers storage and a bike room in the basement, a live-in super, a round-the-clock doorman and an attended elevator, which one doesn’t find every day. Is it a plus or a minus? You be the judge. There’s also a common roof deck with more prime views.
Listed by James Crowe and Sue Wolfe of Corcoran, the unit is asking $2.999 million. A not inconsiderable sum, and there are hefty common charges, totaling $3,891 a month. Worth it?
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