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Brooklyn Heights One-Bedroom With Sharp Kitchen Reno, Micro Claw-foot Tub, for $675K

Brooklyn Heights One-Bedroom With Sharp Kitchen Reno, Micro Claw-foot Tub, for $675K

A living area inside a Brooklyn Heights apartment with hardwood floors, a light grey couch, a glass coffee table, grey walls, and base moldings.Photos by Michael Weinstein/Courtesy of Melissa Leifer, Keller Williams

So close to the water.

Price: $675,000
Location: Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

This one-bedroom apartment inside the five-story co-op at 87 Columbia Heights sits right in between an entrance to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the newly reopened, now structurally sound Squibb Park Bridge, which leads to Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1. The apartment is a five-minute walk from a bunch of restaurants, bars, and cafés on Henry Street, like Noodle Pudding, Kogane, and Henry Street Ale House. The A/C trains at High Street and Cadman Plaza Park are just a few steps further inland.

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath, approx. 500 square feet

The renovated, almost all-white kitchen mixes in a few see-through cabinets and hexagonal, floral-esque tile floors. In the windowed bathroom, there are walls of subway tile along with the smallest claw-foot tub we’ve ever seen. There are base moldings and high ceilings throughout the living room and bedroom, plus two deep closets, including one right at the entrance (according to our comments section, a “coat closet” is apparently a much-coveted feature!). A large private storage locker also comes with the apartment, and the building includes a common laundry room, bike room, and roof-deck — all for a rather low monthly maintenance of $693.

A kitchen with hexagon pattern floor tiles, a dishwasher, white cabinetry, and a large window.
The renovated kitchen has a large window, hexagonal tile floors, and stainless-steel appliances.
A living area with a large bookshelf, a wooden desk with two chairs, and a standing lamp.
The living room can fit a large wall of shelves.
A small window with several planters and a view to a fire escape.
The bedroom window faces the East River and Manhattan.
A bedroom with a dark blue wall, a bed, a small window with planters, and hardwood floors.
The bedroom has space for a queen-size bed and a tiny desk in front of the window.
A bathroom with white tiles and a small claw-foot tub.
The windowed bathroom opts for subway tile and a small claw-foot tub.

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