New York City NYC
$410,000

135 Willow Street, Apartment 611

1 bath(s)
$410,000

135 Willow Street, Apartment 611

0 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s)
Neighborhood:
135 Willow Street , 611 Brooklyn, NY, 11201 See Floorplan
Features
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Open View
  • Washer/Dryer
Building Amenities
  • Bicycle Storage
  • Doorman
  • Garage
Co-op $410,000
Maint/CC: $473
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Back on the market! Shown by appointment only. Sunny and spacious two-room studio apartment with high ceilings and lots of closet space in one of Brooklyn Heights’ finest co-ops. There is a separate kitchen, and the main room is large enough for distinct living and sleeping areas.

135 Willow Street, completed in 1956, is a true full-service building, including a full-time doorperson, a live-in super, and several porters. There’s a laundry room with new machines, a garage, and a bike storage room (waiting list for both), with FiOS available in the building. Best of all is the truly spectacular and recently renovated roof deck, with unparalleled views of lower Manhattan, New York Harbor, and east into Brooklyn. With the 2/3 IRT subway line around the corner on Clark St. and 5 other lines a short walk away, you’ll love the convenience of just one stop into Manhattan – if you ever need to leave the charm and amenities of Brooklyn Heights, including the Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park. Note that this building does not permit open houses, so all showings are by appointment only. This is a pet-friendly building (board approval required for pets).

Barbara Ann Rogers
CBR CNE Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
ID NO - 965699

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