With a non-public terrace, eating nook and several closets, this Brooklyn Heights co-op is a little bit extra roomy than just one may possibly anticipate for a 1-bedroom condominium in an early 19th century home. It’s also obtained in-device laundry, a wooden burning fire and a locale near to the neighborhood’s facilities.
It’s on the second flooring of 148 Hicks Road, one particular of the early 19th century buildings that lend the Brooklyn Heights Historic District its attraction. Most likely dating from the 1820s or 1830s (specialists give conflicting dates), the making has been altered in excess of the several years to healthy transforming architectural fashions. An added story was additional afterwards in the 19th century together with a bracketed cornice. In the mid 20th century, in involving the circa 1940 tax photo and the 1965 designation, keystoned lintels have been added on the to start with and next flooring.
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This ground-by unit has a functional structure, modest moldings and wooden floors. The dwelling home faces the street and the wooden burning fireplace has a white-painted wooden mantel. An archway potential customers to the windowed eating nook, which in convert is open up to the L-formed kitchen. It is got a good variety of white cupboards alongside with white appliances and stone countertops.
The bedroom is at the other conclusion of the condominium and has two closets and a door main to the terrace. Decked in wooden, it is huge sufficient for a desk, seating and planters.
No photograph of the bathroom is included in the listing, but it is accessible by means of the bedroom and the corridor. A market in the toilet retains a washer/dryer and there’s an additional closet in the hallway.
The listing incorporates a prompt ground strategy to convert the condominium into a two-bedroom — it would indicate giving up the dining nook and producing a scaled-down kitchen area.
The condominium is one of just a few units in the wooden-body building. Maintenance is $1,752 a thirty day period.
The a person-bed room was past on the market place reasonably lately, promoting for $799,250 in 2018. Shown by Phyllis D. Norton-Towers and Roberta G. Robbins of Brown Harris Stevens, it is on the industry for $875,000. What do you believe?
[Listing: 148 Hicks Street, #2 | Broker: Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP
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