This prewar one-bedroom co-op is attractive, with double exposures and a nice view overlooking the Brooklyn Botanic Garden from the bedroom. It’s on the 13th floor of Turner Towers, the 1926 Art Deco building at 135 Eastern Parkway, across from the garden and the Brooklyn Museum.
There’s a generous living/dining space — 280 square feet — with high, beamed ceilings, herringbone floors and decorative wall moldings. The bedroom has good closet space and offers the aforementioned view, which extends to the Verrazano Bridge (though it should also be pointed out that the view encompasses plenty of brick wall as well).
The kitchen is attractively renovated, with a mix of dark wood, white and stainless steel finishes and space for a small cafe table. There’s a foyer large enough to serve as a “sitting room,” with a daybed tucked into a corner.
The bathroom is renovated, with white subway tile, a stall shower and the original cast-iron tub.
No washer/dryer, but the building has a laundry room, along with a gym, a playroom, a common garden and basement storage that’s subject to availability.
Listed by Tracey McClean, the unit is asking $749,000, which seems pretty reasonable; maintenance fees come to $1,100 a month. Like it?
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