With leafy tree-top views and classic brownstone proportions, this beautiful, sun-filled top-floor 2BR/2BA co-op apartment in Brooklyn Heights is warm, inviting and ready to welcome you home. The beauty of being on a top floor is all of the apartment's light, and this home does not disappoint: up fo...
With leafy tree-top views and classic brownstone proportions, this beautiful, sun-filled top-floor 2BR/2BA co-op apartment in Brooklyn Heights is warm, inviting and ready to welcome you home. The beauty of being on a top floor is all of the apartment's light, and this home does not disappoint: up four flights of stairs and you are rewarded with high ceilings and incredible sunlight from its west- and east-facing windows, creating an airy and bright apartment. The foyer has a front hall closet, storage cabinets and countertop, providing the perfect catch-all when arriving home. The living room is spacious and has tall bookcases flanking the fireplace hearth. The living room and dining area share a 25' expanse of oversized, west-facing windows, naturally drawing you in and giving the impression of being in a treehouse with its lush, green views.
The kitchen, with its waterfall countertops and tasteful cabinetry, has a jaw-dropping feature: a 7' long skylight, bathing the entire kitchen in sunshine. There is a Sub Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher/range and plenty of storage space.
Both bedrooms are generously sized and have windows facing east, affording morning sunlight and picturesque rooftop vistas. The primary bedroom has a decorative fireplace and a small hallway of double walk-through closets with enormous additional storage above. The ensuite marble bathroom has double sinks and medicine cabinets. This apartment has no wasted space: bookshelves are tucked into unobtrusive spaces and closets provide lots of usable storage. This apartment has its own vented washer/dryer, hardwood floors throughout and a large storage space in the building's basement.
Behind a gorgeous door in the hallway and you are delightfully surprised with a staircase, leading you up to the building's rooftop. The views are extraordinary: the Brooklyn Bridge, the budding treetops of Cadman Plaza and the landmarked views of Brooklyn Heights' rooftops, leading all of the way to the harbor. This apartment has exclusive rooftop rights and the ability and potential for a rooftop deck.
11 Monroe Place is a small, self-managed co-op on a highly sought-after block of upper Brooklyn Heights. No subletting allowed. Close to Clark St and Montague Streets, it's also close to Citi Bike stations and the 2/3/4/5/A/C/R trains just a couple of blocks away. With its understated character and peaceful feel, this apartment is what you think of when you imagine idyllic Brooklyn Heights living.