On the Market in New York City
By: Stefanos ChenPublished: 10/22/2020Source: The New York Times
Featuring Cara Sadownick, Rebecca Navarro, and Zoe Saaf's listing at 12 Cheever Place, Cobble Hill:
Cobble Hill Co-op • $1,225,000 • BROOKLYN • 12 Cheever Place, No. 2
A recently renovated, two-bedroom, one-bath apartment with high ceilings, refinished hardwood floors, a windowed kitchen with marble countertops, backsplash and floor tiles, a washer and dryer and a private terrace, in a 25-foot-wide, three-unit Greek Revival townhouse on a quiet, tree-lined street.
Cara Sadownick, 917-710-6504, Cheryl Nielsen, 917-345-3778, Zoe Saaf, 347-596-6302, Corcoran; corcoran.com
MAINTENANCE $706 a month
PROS The apartment has two wood-burning fireplaces with wood and marble mantelpieces, one in the living room and one in the larger bedroom. The architect-designed, high-end renovation includes custom kitchen cabinetry, a wall of closets in the large bedroom and chevron floor tiles in the bathroom. The private terrace, off the living room, is a full 20 feet long.
CONS The second bedroom is on the small side and does not have a closet. The current owners replaced the bathtub with a sleek glass shower, but some buyers may prefer a tub. The stove and oven are 24 inches wide rather than the common 30 inches.
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