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157 Waverly Avenue

Apt. 4D
Between Myrtle Avenue and Willoughby Avenue
Coop
$650,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number G Washington Ave - Lafayette Ave
Essentials
Price $650,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Approx. Sq. Ft. 781
Exposure West
Key Features
Penthouse
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Modern Kitchen
New Windows
Storage Space
Wood-Burning Fireplace

Pent Up Desires
Let’s be clear on one thing—157 Waverly, 4D is a residential aphrodisiac. This one bedroom, top-floor coop is where you want to do whatever it is that you do after a long day. And with this kind of appeal, you’ll be rushing home to do it again and again. What kind of appeal? 18-foot appeal—size matters when you have that kind of ceiling height.

This home, which was originally the Golden Key Hotel in the 1940’s, is everything—a little rustic, a little regal, and just right for you. With its recently renovated, eat-in kitchen dressed with granite countertops, a center island, custom cabinetry, and tree-lined views, you’ll dream all day about heating it up. Off of the kitchen, you’ll find the living room—you can’t miss it, because it’s huge. Dress it up and build a lofted space; dress it down and create a second bedroom; or leave it nude and roll around on the floor all day and night. It’s yours, so do whatever you want. The generously sized bedroom, that can hold more than just your bed, has plenty of storage space for fifty shades of everything and more. And the chic bathroom, adorned with subway tiles and modern finishes, doesn’t disappoint either. But if you need more convincing, having your own roof deck rights, with jaw-dropping views, may do it for you—and might make you want to do a few new things that just aren’t hot on the ground floor. That’s what living on top does to a person. It’s the Sweet Spot.

This home is as attractive inside as the tree-lined street it resides on; which boasts charminlopg 3-story federal style row houses and Carriage homes that maintain their original facades. Located on the border of Clinton Hill and Fort Greene, you’ll get the best of both neighborhoods-plenty of quaint eateries, amazing shops and amenities. Plus some of Brooklyn's best attractions-Fort Greene Park, BAM, the Barclays Center and more! No Dogs Allowed, but you are more than welcome.

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Press Mentions
Fort Greene
Living in Fort Greene
Bordered by Clinton Hill and minutes away from bustling downtown Brooklyn, Fort Greene offers the ideal blend of quiet residential brownstones and big-city amenities. It’s home to Brooklyn’s first park and a diverse cultural community. Historically significant architecture abounds, with medieval-inspired designs like the Church of St. Michael and St. Edwards located near the neoclassical structure of the Brooklyn Masonic Temple.
Explore Fort Greene
157 Waverly Avenue
Golden Key Apts
Conveniently located near the Clinton Hill and Fort Greene historic districts, in a rare Brooklyn historic cast iron front building, Originally home to The Golden Key Hotel and Lenruth Hall which had a rich history in the 1940s. This boutique fourteen unit coop was beautifully renovated and converted in 1989. Short walk to nightlife and shopping in Fort Greene, The BAM Cultural District, Brooklyn Nets, Atlantic Center and Fulton Street Mall. This Clinton Hill neighborhood which is home to the prestigious Pratt Institute and Saint Josephs College also offers residents access to quite a number of cultural experiences from Art exhibits, Lectures, Music, multi-cultural dining experiences, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Farmers market, Brooklyn Flea, the finest pubs, and a myriad of shopping.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1900
3 floors
14 units
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Private storage

This home has been sold

157 Waverly Avenue
Apt. 4D
Between Myrtle Avenue and Willoughby Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $650,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $1
$Fort Greene
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Approx. Sq. Ft. 781
Exposure West

Pent Up Desires
Let’s be clear on one thing—157 Waverly, 4D is a residential aphrodisiac. This one bedroom, top-floor coop is where you want to do whatever it is that you do after a long day. And with this kind of appeal, you’ll be rushing home to do it again and again. What kind of appeal? 18-foot appeal—size matters when you have that kind of ceiling height.

This home, which was originally the Golden Key Hotel in the 1940’s, is everything—a little rustic, a little regal, and just right for you. With its recently renovated, eat-in kitchen dressed with granite countertops, a center island, custom cabinetry, and tree-lined views, you’ll dream all day about heating it up. Off of the kitchen, you’ll find the living room—you can’t miss it, because it’s huge. Dress it up and build a lofted space; dress it down and create a second bedroom; or leave it nude and roll around on the floor all day and night. It’s yours, so do whatever you want. The generously sized bedroom, that can hold more than just your bed, has plenty of storage space for fifty shades of everything and more. And the chic bathroom, adorned with subway tiles and modern finishes, doesn’t disappoint either. But if you need more convincing, having your own roof deck rights, with jaw-dropping views, may do it for you—and might make you want to do a few new things that just aren’t hot on the ground floor. That’s what living on top does to a person. It’s the Sweet Spot.

This home is as attractive inside as the tree-lined street it resides on; which boasts charminlopg 3-story federal style row houses and Carriage homes that maintain their original facades. Located on the border of Clinton Hill and Fort Greene, you’ll get the best of both neighborhoods-plenty of quaint eateries, amazing shops and amenities. Plus some of Brooklyn's best attractions-Fort Greene Park, BAM, the Barclays Center and more! No Dogs Allowed, but you are more than welcome.

Penthouse
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Modern Kitchen
New Windows
Storage Space
Wood-Burning Fireplace
Fort Greene
Living in Fort Greene
Bordered by Clinton Hill and minutes away from bustling downtown Brooklyn, Fort Greene offers the ideal blend of quiet residential brownstones and big-city amenities. It’s home to Brooklyn’s first park and a diverse cultural community. Historically significant architecture abounds, with medieval-inspired designs like the Church of St. Michael and St. Edwards located near the neoclassical structure of the Brooklyn Masonic Temple.
Explore Fort Greene
Subway Lines
Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number G Washington Ave - Lafayette Ave
157 Waverly Avenue
Golden Key Apts
Conveniently located near the Clinton Hill and Fort Greene historic districts, in a rare Brooklyn historic cast iron front building, Originally home to The Golden Key Hotel and Lenruth Hall which had a rich history in the 1940s. This boutique fourteen unit coop was beautifully renovated and converted in 1989. Short walk to nightlife and shopping in Fort Greene, The BAM Cultural District, Brooklyn Nets, Atlantic Center and Fulton Street Mall. This Clinton Hill neighborhood which is home to the prestigious Pratt Institute and Saint Josephs College also offers residents access to quite a number of cultural experiences from Art exhibits, Lectures, Music, multi-cultural dining experiences, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Farmers market, Brooklyn Flea, the finest pubs, and a myriad of shopping.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1900
3 floors
14 units
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Private storage