On the Market in New York City
By: Stefanos ChenPublished: 9/5/2019Source: The New York Times
Featuring Raquel Lomonico, Deborah Rieders, and Sarah Shuken's listing at 108 India Street, Greenpoint:
Greenpoint Condo • $2,250,000 • BROOKLYN • 108 India Street, No. 2
A 1,719-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath duplex apartment, with an open kitchen that has Thermador appliances and high-end finishes, large east- and west-facing windows, oak flooring, picture moldings and a terrace off the living room, in a three-unit building on a quiet street. Deborah Rieders, 917-494-2503, Raquel Lomonico, 561-568-0297, Sarah Shuken, 917-685-3231, Corcoran Group, corcoran.com
COMMON CHARGES $427 a month; taxes: $762
PROS Every room in the apartment gets good natural light and the terrace overlooks a double-deep row of backyards. There is a washer and vented dryer in the apartment and additional storage in the building’s basement. The apartment is about a block and a half from the G train at Greenpoint Avenue.
CONS The building is self-managed and does not have a lobby, doorman or other amenities. The entrance to the unit’s front door is up a flight of stairs, an inconvenience for those carrying packages or a stroller. One of the three bedrooms is on the first floor, which may be undesirable for a family with young children.
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