This spacious and bright renovated studio is located on one of Brooklyn Heights' most desirable blocks. Facing east with open views, sunlight fills the apartment accentuating the voluminous 10'5 ceilings.
The home is smartly designed with a distinct entryway separating the front door from the main room, defined living and sleeping spaces, and an area for a dining nook. Recent renovations include beautiful new hardwood floors and shelving in the main room with a 108-inch tall custom wood barn door enclosing the generously sized closet. The bathroom features granite floor tiles, subway wall tiles, a stand-up windowed shower, storage vanity beneath the sink, and a large medicine cabinet.
The industrial chic kitchen is illuminated by a large southeast-facing window and complete with granite floors, subway tiled backsplash, built-in custom wood shelving and countertops, Whirlpool refrigerator, Haier stove, and two pantries. Plumbing is also set up for the installation of a dishwasher. Next to the kitchen is a walk-in closet.
The apartment offers through-wall air conditioning and steam heat.
55 Pineapple Street is a beautiful, well-maintained, pre-war cooperative. Located on a peaceful tree-lined street, the building is steps from excellent restaurants, cafés, and bars along Henry Street and a short walk from the Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, and the bustling Atlantic Avenue and Court Street. 55 Pineapple Street is within two blocks of the A, C, 2 & 3 subway lines. The building offers a live-in superintendent, laundry room, bike room and courtyard. Please note the building does not allow dogs. There is a monthly assessment of $52.73 in place through December 31, 2020.
Brooklyn Heights is located directly across the East River from Manhattan, and stretches from the old Fulton Street to Court Street. Brooklyn Heights is surrounded by Dumbo, Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, and Boerum Hill. This affluent neighborhood has more than a few bonafide bragging rights: picture perfect views of the New York Harbor, Victorian-era brownstones, and proximity to the heavily strolled Promenade.
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