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164 State Street

Apt. 3
Court Street and Clinton Street
Coop
$995,000

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Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number F Subway number G Subway number A Subway number C
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 3 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 4 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 5 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number R Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number F Smith St - Bergen St
Subway number G Smith St - Bergen St
Subway number A Jay St - Fulton St
Subway number C Jay St - Fulton St
Essentials
Price $995,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 1.5
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure North & South
Key Features
Partial skyline view
Dishwasher
Excellent light
Great closet space
Hardwood floors
Modern kitchen
Oversized windows
Prewar detail
Renovated bathroom
Wood-burning fireplace

This elegant two-bedroom home is the epitome of classic chic in a prime Brooklyn Heights location near every subway line at Borough Hall, and the fantastic amenities of Atlantic Ave, Court and Smith Streets. Worth the walkup, this architecturally-designed coop offers drama, amazing light, and a one-of-kind unique living experience only found in these rarely available extra-wide turn-of-the-century brownstones. Oversized windows and extra high ceilings bathe you in light all day and offer tree-lined and skyline views from all sides. Enter the main living space, large enough for dining and living, and enjoy your very own wood burning fireplace with a stunning Venetian plastered mantle fireplaces as its centerpiece. Original Crown and base moldings, plaster archways, and stunning inlaid floors live in tandem with a modern kitchen and bathroom perfectly suited for today’s lifestyle. A sizable windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a luxurious hexagonal Carrara marble backsplash offers custom Poplar cabinets with loads of storage, clever work lighting, and a handsome gray Caesarstone countertop and prep-island. The stylish and renovated bathroom is the epitome of Old New York chic with subway tiled walls and gray and white glass floors, and also includes custom storage niches, and shelving. The scale of the master bedroom is beyond your wildest dreams and is more than large enough to accommodate an office area as well. A smaller second bedroom also offers treetop views. The building itself has laundry in the basement, plus additional resident storage and bike storage. Subletting is allowed after you have lived there for two years with an extra fee of $350 per month. Very low maintenance, pet friendly, and dogs allowed by board approval. Washer/dryers are allowed in units with board approval. Don’t miss this special home.


Additional features of this property include: Beautifully renovated custom kitchen, Stunning renovated bathroom, Amazing light all day long, and Bike storage and resident storage in basement.

Brooklyn Heights
Living in Brooklyn Heights
When you live in Brooklyn Heights, you're living within an abundantly historic neighborhood. A wealth of characterful brownstones and 19th-century churches made this the first neighborhood protected by the Landmarks Preservation Law of 1964. Living right alongside this is the world of contemporary New York with cute coffee shops, trendy bars and buzzing restaurants discovered on every corner.
Explore Brooklyn Heights
164 State Street
164 Housing Corporation
Details
Prewar
Built in 1850
4 floors
5 units
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common storage

This home has been sold

164 State Street
Apt. 3
Court Street and Clinton Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $995,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 1.5
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure North & South

This elegant two-bedroom home is the epitome of classic chic in a prime Brooklyn Heights location near every subway line at Borough Hall, and the fantastic amenities of Atlantic Ave, Court and Smith Streets. Worth the walkup, this architecturally-designed coop offers drama, amazing light, and a one-of-kind unique living experience only found in these rarely available extra-wide turn-of-the-century brownstones. Oversized windows and extra high ceilings bathe you in light all day and offer tree-lined and skyline views from all sides. Enter the main living space, large enough for dining and living, and enjoy your very own wood burning fireplace with a stunning Venetian plastered mantle fireplaces as its centerpiece. Original Crown and base moldings, plaster archways, and stunning inlaid floors live in tandem with a modern kitchen and bathroom perfectly suited for today’s lifestyle. A sizable windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a luxurious hexagonal Carrara marble backsplash offers custom Poplar cabinets with loads of storage, clever work lighting, and a handsome gray Caesarstone countertop and prep-island. The stylish and renovated bathroom is the epitome of Old New York chic with subway tiled walls and gray and white glass floors, and also includes custom storage niches, and shelving. The scale of the master bedroom is beyond your wildest dreams and is more than large enough to accommodate an office area as well. A smaller second bedroom also offers treetop views. The building itself has laundry in the basement, plus additional resident storage and bike storage. Subletting is allowed after you have lived there for two years with an extra fee of $350 per month. Very low maintenance, pet friendly, and dogs allowed by board approval. Washer/dryers are allowed in units with board approval. Don’t miss this special home.


Additional features of this property include: Beautifully renovated custom kitchen, Stunning renovated bathroom, Amazing light all day long, and Bike storage and resident storage in basement.

Partial skyline view
Dishwasher
Excellent light
Great closet space
Hardwood floors
Modern kitchen
Oversized windows
Prewar detail
Renovated bathroom
Wood-burning fireplace
Brooklyn Heights
Living in Brooklyn Heights
When you live in Brooklyn Heights, you're living within an abundantly historic neighborhood. A wealth of characterful brownstones and 19th-century churches made this the first neighborhood protected by the Landmarks Preservation Law of 1964. Living right alongside this is the world of contemporary New York with cute coffee shops, trendy bars and buzzing restaurants discovered on every corner.
Explore Brooklyn Heights
Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number F Subway number G Subway number A Subway number C
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 3 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 4 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 5 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number R Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number F Smith St - Bergen St
Subway number G Smith St - Bergen St
Subway number A Jay St - Fulton St
Subway number C Jay St - Fulton St
164 State Street
164 Housing Corporation
Details
Prewar
Built in 1850
4 floors
5 units
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common storage