Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx
By: Stefanos ChenPublished: 7/30/2020Source: The New York Times
Featuring Vicki Negron's listing at 99 Clinton Street, Brooklyn Heights:
Brooklyn Heights co-op • $2,450,000 • BROOKLYN • 99 Clinton Street, No. 9
A light-filled, three-level, two-bath loft with two offices, an upper-level sleeping loft, 26-foot ceilings, cathedral arches, stained-glass and fleur-de-lis-shaped stone windows, hardwood floors and a private terrace, totaling more than 2,550 square feet in an 1850s stone church that was converted to 10 apartments in the 1970s.
Vicki V. Negron, 718-923-8020, Corcoran, corcoran.com
MAINTENANCE $3,500 a month
PROS The former church’s original architectural details and the layout make it a unique and beautiful living space. In addition to the historic windows, the home has several skylights, making it exceptionally bright and airy. The apartment is about a block from the 2, 3, 4, 5 and R trains at Court Street/Borough Hall and less than a 10-minute walk to Brooklyn Bridge Park.
CONS The kitchen and bathroom renovations are on the older side. There are no legal bedrooms; the last occupant used the large, uppermost level as a sleeping area and there are two windowless rooms off the main living space below that could also be used for sleep. The building is a walk-up; there are also multiple flights of stairs within the apartment itself, which could present issues for some.
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