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72 Orange Street

Apt. 4B
Between Henry Street and Hicks Street
Coop
$365,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number C Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number F
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Clark St - Henry St
Subway number 3 Clark St - Henry St
Subway number A Cadman Plaza West - Cranberry St
Subway number C Cadman Plaza West - Cranberry St
Subway number 4 Clinton St - Montague St
Subway number 5 Clinton St - Montague St
Subway number R Clinton St - Montague St
Subway number F Jay St - York St
Essentials
Price $365,000
Type Co-op
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 435
Exposure North
Key Features
Studio
Elevator
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail

This sunny studio facing Orange Street is truly the pick of the bunch! Situated in central Brooklyn Heights, at the intersection of Orange and Henry Streets, you’re just a moment away from the 2/3 trains at Clark Street, the A/C trains at High Street, local grocers, health clubs, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Cadman Plaza, delicious restaurants, and the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. This elegant Art-Deco building is sandwiched amongst the beautiful historic architecture of Brooklyn Heights and the remarkable details don’t stop when you enter the apartment. This is a rare gem of a building with a stunning elevator and lobby, a live-in super, a laundry room, and a common roof deck with stunning panoramic views of Manhattan. Unrivaled Art Deco details include a sunken living room, a separate crystal chandeliered dining foyer, high ceilings, decorative moldings and iron work, and hardwood floors. In tandem with the beautiful details is a gracious layout and a modern renovation sure to please; stylish white windowed kitchen with custom cabinetry, granite countertops, and a stainless appliance package including Liebherr fridge, GE stove, GE microwave, and Miele dishwasher. Updated windowed bathroom blends seamlessly with classic white subway tiles, an extra deep Kohler soaking tub, and a pedestal sink. The sunken living room has been artfully designed with a pull-out desk and outlets to accommodate a seamless home office, as well as custom bookshelves perfectly situated for the new owner to build in a Murphy bed, or tuck away a fold out sofa. Three generous closets have been customized to maximize every inch of storage space! Pied-a-terres allowed, subletting allowed after two years of residence, with board approval. Basement storage also available for a small extra fee, and basement bike storage also available. One subway stop to Manhattan! So sorry, no pets.

Additional features of this property include: windows in every room, Miele dish washer, Leibhher fridge, GE Profile range, Kohler deep soaking tub and Toto toilet, custom bookcases, Swarovski crystal chandelier, in-window AC, Video intercom, Live in Super, Central Laundry Roo, Sunken Living Room, High Ceilings, and Pre-War Details.

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 1965. 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
72 Orange Street
72 Orange Street Tenants Corp.
Brooklyn Heights elevator coop with gorgeous common roof deck, basement storage and laundry.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1938
6 floors
41 units
Elevator
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Common storage

This home has been sold

72 Orange Street
Apt. 4B
Between Henry Street and Hicks Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $365,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $0
$Brooklyn Heights
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2
Approx. Sq. Ft. 435
Exposure North

This sunny studio facing Orange Street is truly the pick of the bunch! Situated in central Brooklyn Heights, at the intersection of Orange and Henry Streets, you’re just a moment away from the 2/3 trains at Clark Street, the A/C trains at High Street, local grocers, health clubs, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Cadman Plaza, delicious restaurants, and the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. This elegant Art-Deco building is sandwiched amongst the beautiful historic architecture of Brooklyn Heights and the remarkable details don’t stop when you enter the apartment. This is a rare gem of a building with a stunning elevator and lobby, a live-in super, a laundry room, and a common roof deck with stunning panoramic views of Manhattan. Unrivaled Art Deco details include a sunken living room, a separate crystal chandeliered dining foyer, high ceilings, decorative moldings and iron work, and hardwood floors. In tandem with the beautiful details is a gracious layout and a modern renovation sure to please; stylish white windowed kitchen with custom cabinetry, granite countertops, and a stainless appliance package including Liebherr fridge, GE stove, GE microwave, and Miele dishwasher. Updated windowed bathroom blends seamlessly with classic white subway tiles, an extra deep Kohler soaking tub, and a pedestal sink. The sunken living room has been artfully designed with a pull-out desk and outlets to accommodate a seamless home office, as well as custom bookshelves perfectly situated for the new owner to build in a Murphy bed, or tuck away a fold out sofa. Three generous closets have been customized to maximize every inch of storage space! Pied-a-terres allowed, subletting allowed after two years of residence, with board approval. Basement storage also available for a small extra fee, and basement bike storage also available. One subway stop to Manhattan! So sorry, no pets.

Additional features of this property include: windows in every room, Miele dish washer, Leibhher fridge, GE Profile range, Kohler deep soaking tub and Toto toilet, custom bookcases, Swarovski crystal chandelier, in-window AC, Video intercom, Live in Super, Central Laundry Roo, Sunken Living Room, High Ceilings, and Pre-War Details.

Studio
Elevator
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
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 1965. 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 A Subway number C Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number F
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Clark St - Henry St
Subway number 3 Clark St - Henry St
Subway number A Cadman Plaza West - Cranberry St
Subway number C Cadman Plaza West - Cranberry St
Subway number 4 Clinton St - Montague St
Subway number 5 Clinton St - Montague St
Subway number R Clinton St - Montague St
Subway number F Jay St - York St
72 Orange Street
72 Orange Street Tenants Corp.
Brooklyn Heights elevator coop with gorgeous common roof deck, basement storage and laundry.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1938
6 floors
41 units
Elevator
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Common storage