Here’s a move-in ready two-bedroom co-op in Bay Ridge whose most distinctive feature is an octagonal living room with views of the waterfront and the Verrazano Bridge. It’s on Shore Road, once home to many a grand one-family residence (like the one featured here), now dominated by prewar buildings like this one, which was built in 1940.
The place has ample light and views, with similar water vistas out of both bedrooms and a breakfast nook with double exposures. There are good-sized spaces as well; the living room is large and both bedrooms similarly roomy.
The same can’t be said for the kitchen, which looks narrow enough to bring on a touch of claustrophobia, though it has the aforementioned breakfast nook and adjoins the dining room.
There are two full baths, including an en-suite master bath, and six closets, with two in each bedroom.
The building has a super and a maintenance staff, basement laundry, a common garden, storage and a gym — the latter two come with fees. The subway is a 10-minute walk, and there’s express bus service to Manhattan along Shore Road.
Listed by Hiram T. Borrero of Douglas Elliman, the unit is asking $748,000, and monthly fees are a not-insubstantial $1,296. What do you think?
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