CLOSED AT $443,000; $18,000 OR 4.25% ABOVE THE ASKING PRICE AND THE CONTRACT WAS EXECUTED IN ONLY 34 DAYS FROM THE LISTING DATE.
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Live in this spacious and bright one bedroom co-op nestled on a tree-lined street in the heart of historic Brooklyn Heights. This pre-war apartment also offers a vast amount of closet and storage space. There are custom made floor to ceiling closets in the bedroom and hallway just outside the bathroom, which will help to maximize your floor space. The marble and wainscoting accents add a nice polished touch to the bathroom, and the western exposure allows for an abundance of natural sunlight to flow through the apartment.
This six-story, forty-eight unit apartment building was built in 1926 by the prominent architecture firm of Slee & Bryson. Employing their well practiced aesthetic of adding hints of style to the fa√ßade, 128 Willow Street has Gothic-style drip molding window caps and subtle Gothic tracery in brick and pre-cast stone. The grand entrance is topped by a cast stone bay, with flanking twin niches for statues on either side.
This beautiful apartment is also just a short walk away from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Montague Street shops and many restaurants and parks, including the award winning Brooklyn Bridge Park. If you want to travel outside of Brooklyn Heights, not to worry, the subway lines are also close by, you can just hop on the 2/3/C/N/R/6.
Live here and enjoy all that Brooklyn has to offer.