Take the elevator up to the 5th floor and enter your own personal sanctuary on the quintessential tree-lined Brooklyn Heights block. The old world aesthetic of brownstones and pre-war buildings harken back to a simpler and quieter time.
Your private double closeted foyer leads to a spacious and perfectly proportioned living room with large east facing windows. At over 17 feet long the room has more than enough space for entertaining and you’ll probably want to invite people over just to show off the sprawling original hardwood parquet floors throughout the apartment.
The modern kitchen holds a stainless steel dishwasher and double size refrigerator. Butcher block and solid state counter space makes cooking a pleasure. It was originally built to have the perfect dinette right in the kitchen area and that space remains today so you can have coffee or meal at a window.
The over-sized bedroom has two windows to ensure pleasant cross ventilation. It is large enough to fit a king size bed and has two closets, one of which is lined with cedar. The bedroom retains its original glass paned door, a beautiful example of the historic touches that have been lovingly kept up through the decades.
Overall there are 4 closets so storage is not a problem, but the apartment does come with individual storage in the basement, along with a laundry room, bike storage, and an incredible roof deck on the top floor with astounding city views. There are two elevator, and an electronic keyless entry system for the building. There is a live in superintendent full time.
24 Monroe Place was completed in 1928 and you will notice the Pre-War details all over the building. The spacious and bright “C” line apartments rarely come to market and never last long.
The apartment is move in ready so come take a look at the best deal in Brooklyn Heights while it’s still available. Sorry No Dogs.