If you’ve always aspired to live in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, here is some important news: Apartment 2AB at 70 Remsen Street has dropped its price to $1.485 million (down from $1.525 million). What’s more, it will be open for potential buyers to view on Sunday, March 28.
This two-bedroom, two-bath co-op combines solid prewar construction with modern touches. It has an open layout, hardwood floors, and an assortment of high-end light fixtures, including 1950s Charlotte Perriand sconces and ceiling lights from Roll & Hill, Matter and Lee Broom.
The Crittall-style casement windows in the great room and the master bedroom offer views of the neighboring brownstones, while throughout the apartment high beamed ceilings maintain the sense of space and light that makes this apartment such a find.
The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and is adjacent to the master bath.
The combined kitchen-dining room features new stainless steel appliances and includes a dishwasher along with a spacious sliding-door pantry. With space for a dining table and counter seating, the layout is roomy enough for entertaining dinner guests.
2AB is located in The Remsen, a co-op built in 1928. The 10-story, 103-unit building features a 24-hour doorman/concierge in an elegant lobby. A 24-hour super is available for residents, as is a laundry room and bicycle storage on the lower level. Maintenance fees include electric, water and gas.
Located in the center of Brooklyn Heights, the building is close to shops and restaurants, including Sahadi’s and Trader Joe’s. It’s also close to the world-famous Brooklyn Heights Promenade, which overlooks the ever-expanding playground that is Brooklyn Bridge Park. This recreational treasure embraces the Brooklyn waterfront and offers everything from bocce to beach volleyball. Transportation via the 2, 3, 4, 5, and R lines is plentiful and efficient.
Listed by Kyle Gregory and Gregory Rositano at Engel & Völkers, the co-op is asking $1.485 million. There will be an open house by appointment on Sunday, March 28, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.