This duplex co-op is expansive, attractive and in fine condition, in a prime Brooklyn Heights building at 2 Grace Court. With a corner location and south and west exposures, it gets a lot of light and offers killer views of the river and the skyline.
A pair of apartments combined via a spiral staircase (quite a nice one, in wood), the unit offers something of a townhouse feel, with two levels and a good deal of space. There are three bedrooms — one below, alongside the living space, and two above.
The upstairs has a “den” that could be put into service as a kid’s room, though the only entrances are via another bedroom or a walk-in closet. It’s also got an office space and a sitting room with a wall of built-ins and the aforementioned river view.
The kitchen is narrow but tastefully done and in good shape.
One potential issue: Along with that western exposure could come noise and other bother from the adjacent BQE. The unit is on the second and third floors, so there’s not much distance there.
Other than that. it’s a desirable block, a cul-de-sac right by the Promenade.
The pet-friendly building has a doorman, a resident super, a roof deck, a laundry room and bike storage. Other storage requires a waiting list.
The maintenance of $2,203 could be worse, considering this is in Brooklyn Heights and a combined apartment. The buyer pays a 1 percent flip tax.
Listed by Kristi Ambrosetti of Sotheby’s International, the co-op has a $2.25 million price tag. Think they’ll get it?
Condo With Built-Ins, Wood-Burning Fireplace in Landmarked Brownstone Asks $1.295 Million
Mod Industrial Co-op in a Former Brooklyn Heights Pumping Station Asks $1.995 Million
Would You Fork Over $1.299 Million to Live in This Sleek Two-Bed, Two-Bath Williamsburg Condo?