345 Clinton AvenueApt. 12B
Lafayette / Greene Clinton Hill
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.800
- Pet friendly
Beautifully Renovated Large Hi-Floor Corner 1BR at the Coveted Landmarked South End of the Clinton Hill Coops. Six Oversized Windows Ensure All Day Sun. Stunning, Large Cook's Kitchen Featuring Classically Elegant Custom Cabinetry! Large Master Bedroom With Deep Custom Closets. PERFECT Clinton Hill Location Upstairs From the G Train and 3 Blocks Past Historic Mansions to the C Train. Ten More Subway Lines + the LIRR Are a 10 Minute Walk Away. The Clinton Coops, Designed in the 1930s by Wallace K. Harrison (Rock Center, Radio City, Lincoln Center, UN) Was Built to House the Navy Yard Officers. This Central Area of the Borough's Landmark District is a Short Stroll to Dekalb's Restaurant Row, Fort Greene Park, Playgrounds, and Some of the Best Cultural Institutions in New York City. The Building Features a Live-In Super, Friendly, Experienced and Helpful Maintenance Workers, 24-Hour Private Security, Plus a Private Neighborhood Police Force and Flawless Financials. 90% financing permitted. Pet Friendly. Come See Why the Clinton Coops are THE Best Value in Prime Brooklyn! Come Early and Have Brunch at One of Dekalb Ave's Many Popular Restaurants, Then Shop at Brooklyn Flea, the City's Largest and Best Flea Market -- All a Block Away!
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Runs from Clinton to Bedford Avenues, north from Atlantic Avenue to Flushing Avenue.
With a cornucopia of housing options — from 19th-Century carriage houses to the latest luxury loft conversions — there’s more to Clinton Hill than just the landmarked brownstones for which the neighborhood is known. House hunters might find a classic Clinton Hill three-family house renovated into a single-family 4,000-square-foot living space, or consider a duplex with a garden apartment. Plenty of one- and two-bedroom apartments are also available in Clinton Hill, as well as spectacular floor-throughs with the latest appliances. Be it a Romanesque mansion, a Victorian row house or a pre-Civil War frame house —whether you’re seeking a roof deck or a landscaped yard — all may be found here.
345 Clinton Avenue
Clinton Ave - Lafayette Ave7 mins
Oxford St - Fulton Ave7 mins
Designed and built in the 1940s by Wallace K. Harrison (Rock Center, Radio City, Lincoln Center, UN) to house the Brooklyn Navy Yards workers, the Clinton Hill Cooperative is a 12-building coop complex split between two “campuses” along the grand mansions of Clinton Ave. The beautifully landscaped and maintained campuses are home to a diverse mix of residents that mirror the vibrancy of the neighborhood at large. It sits among renown restaurants, shopping and some of the world’s finest cultural institutions, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Brooklyn Museum. Historic Ft. Greene Park is a short walk away and features a weekly farmers’ market, a very popular dog run, tennis courts and free wi-fi. The coop is pet-friendly, features its own 24/7 private security force, and permits parent guarantors and 90% financing. Subletting is permitted after a two-year period of owner-occupancy. It carries a 5% flip tax. Financials are good to excellent.
Additional features of this building include: Parking $114/mo waiting list, Storage units available, Central laundry, Pet friendly.
- Built in 1935
- 15 floors
- 94 units
- Pet friendly
- Common courtyard