This charming one bed, one bath co-op apartment presents an excellent opportunity to own a beautiful apartment in historic Brooklyn Heights. Upon entering the apartment, you’ll find a big foyer opening up into a large living room boasting ample windows and a glass door leading to a private terrace. The view from the terrace can’t be beat, overlooking Cadman Plaza Park and the Manhattan skyline. The sizable bedroom is awash with natural light streaming in from wall-to-wall windows. With the apartment’s five closets, one being a walk-in, you won’t ever struggle with storage, you won’t ever struggle with storage, additional shared storage is available the hallway just outside the apartment. You’ll undoubtedly enjoy the convenience of a full-time doorman, laundry room, gym, bike storage, landscaped courtyard, recreation room, children’s playroom and outdoor playground. Commuting is a breeze with subway access in close proximity to A,C,2,3,4,5,R,F trains, as well as easy access to both the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges. Henry Street is home to a number of fine restaurants, Noodle Pudding, Bevacco, and Tutt Cafe are all within a few blocks and your grocery needs will be easily met one block away at Gristedes. Don’t sleep on this opportunity to buy into 75 Henry Street, and Brooklyn Heights. Sorry, no dogs allowed.
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