Brooklyn Heights co-op with charming bay window and original stained glass asks $825K

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This available, cozy Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom radiates pre-war charm, while also boasting modern interiors. Located at 149 Willow Street on a tree-lined block, the co-op features a renovated kitchen and spacious layout. A major highlight of the apartment is the living room’s lovely bay window that overlooks treetops and features original stained glass at the top. It’s currently on the market for $825,000.

The bay window not only provides the home with some historic character, but they also let in lots of natural light to the living room. Recently refinished hardwood floors and a decorative fireplace give the space warmth.

Also in the living space is a dining nook on one side and a home office on the other. Built-in shelving offers extra storage and a chance to show off your book collection.

The windowed kitchen has been gut-renovated and custom-designed. Perks include a Smeg refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, and a marble center island.

According to the listing, the bedroom has enough space for a king-size bed. The bathroom can be found right off the bedroom.

Built in 1900, 149 Willow Street is a five-story co-op with 20 total units located within the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. Offering some of the best views of New York, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park are located just a few blocks away.

The building has an elevator and provides residents with a shared laundry room and private storage. According to the listing, gifting, co-purchasing, and pieds-à-terre are allowed with board approval, but subletting is not permitted. Maintenance fees cost $655 per month.

[Listing details: 149 Willow Street, Unit 3B by Carrie McCue, Tamara Abir, Noah Plener of Compass]


Photo credit: Shannon Dupre with DDreps

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