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345 Montgomery Street
Coop in Crown Heights •  building info
1bd • 1ba • 975 ft² $666 per ft²
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$649,000

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Leon Goldfeld
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When most people conjure apartments in NYC, they probably think of tiny living, but that is not the case here in a Pre War building. This nearly 1,000 SF, junior four coop has the flexibility of being arranged as a two bedroom or a one bedroom with an office, guest room or both. The unit overlooks the building's south facing courtyard and features windows in every room. The kitchen opens to the living room and features butcher block counter tops, white cabinetry with exposed upper shelves to showcase plants, pottery and dishware, GE profile stove with microwave attached and a Bosch dishwasher. Built-in bookshelves and cabinets provide that quintessential touch of convenience, storage. Never in mind's eye until it presents a problem, the plumbing and electric have been replaced throughout the apartment. The main bedroom is separate from the secondary bedroom and living area for added privacy. A sliding barn door and french doors section off the secondary bedroom or office. Leave all your worries at the door with a modern bathroom featuring a claw foot soaking tub that adds a touch of 1920's aesthetic to your cleansing ritual. The apartment retains its old world charm with most of the original plaster and all of the original, parquet floors. Located on the southern edge of Crown Heights bordering Prospect Lefferts in the Dearborn, which is centrally accessible between both 2/5 train stops at President and Sterling Street or the B/Q train stop at Prospect Park and only three blocks to the beloved Prospect Park. Built in 1928, the Dearborn is a Pre War era, elevator cooperative with 102 units, a central garden courtyard, large lobby, live-in super and laundry room.

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