Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($130,000), total monthly payments are estimated at about $3,296. This includes the mortgage payment ($2,697) and maintenance fee ($599).
The median sale price for a 1BR in Brooklyn Heights is $779,000. That puts our most popular sale for April 20 at more than $100,000 under the average price for the neighborhood.
Historic Brooklyn Heights is one of the most popular neighborhoods in NYC. There’s so much to love about it, starting with the beautiful Promenade, with unparalleled views of the Harbor and downtown Manhattan. And our most popular sale for April 20 isn’t just near the Promenade, it’s literally on the Promenade.
The building is on Columbia Heights, directly across the street from that epic open view. It’s even situated in between two of the neighborhood’s famous fruit streets, Cranberry and Orange. And while this unit does not actually face the water, the views from the building’s roof deck (pictured) more than make up for it.
Besides the spectacular location, this 1-bedroom boasts many charms of prewar Brooklyn Heights living: crown molding, high ceilings, oak floors. The kitchen is a bit dated, but it’s sunny and large enough for an eat-in dining set. The bath is tiled in rosy pink marble. And there are two big closets for plenty of storage space, plus a bike room and laundry room downstairs.
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The home is listed by Melissa Leifer of Keller Williams.