Live in the grandest mansion in NYC's loveliest location - on the Promenade at the corner of Remsen Street.
10 Montague Terrace circa 1875 was designed by Ebenezer L. Roberts the famous architect of the Pratt Institute and other notable buildings. The semi-detached neo-Grecian Brownson with Italianate and Queen Anne elements has an imposing presence and magnificent interiors. A monumental staircase winds around a wide central hall. There is also an elevator. The property has 68' frontage with a landscaped common garden.
The move-in spacious studio was renovated in 2019. 10' ceilings, original hardwood floors, exquisite moldings and woodwork, a working original fireplace & mantel. The renovated kitchen has a 30' GE stove with a griddle and GE refrigerator. A barn door opens to the renovated bathroom.
Heat and hot water are included in the low maintenance fee.
Sublets, pets and W/D are allowed upon board approval. Laundry and open storage area are in the basement.
Close to 8 subway lines, dining, shopping, sport and artistic activities and the Brooklyn Bridge Park.