This is an excellent opportunity to own for much less than it costs to rent although a cash purchase is required! 100 Remsen Street is a classic mid-century co-op in the heart of historic Brooklyn Heights. This third-floor one bedroom apartment is spacious and in very good condition with views north facing the picturesque cathedral, and east along leafy Remsen Street.
The recently installed black windows are double glazed with retractable window screens. They are a signature feature of the building and contain built-in new a/cs in the living room and bedroom. The windowed kitchen is currently galley-style, includes a dishwasher and vintage cabinets and pantry. There is scope (if you are given board approval) to open up the kitchen with an island separating it from the living room letting in even more light and creating a more modern aesthetic. The living room has space for dining area in addition. The bedroom faces north and can accommodate a king sized bed. Storage is excellent with two closets in the entry, a linen closet outside the bathroom, and there is a forth closet in the bedroom. There is wait-listed storage in the basement for an additional fee.
The co-op employs is a full-time super, a porter, and the lobby is attended Monday through Friday 9 to 5. The co-op is pet-friendly, and UNLIMITED sub-letting is allowed. There is a bright and well lit laundry room and FIOS is available. ALL utilities are included in the maintenance including electric. There are two elevators and this apt is also accessible by two flights of stairs. The co-op permits trust purchases, guarantors, gifts, and pied-a-terre.
The co-operative's land lease extends another 23 years to 2043 and limits financing options so a cash purchase is most likely required. There is temporary monthly Operating Assessment of $30.57 and a monthly Capital Assessment of $180.82.
The 2/3, A/C, R, F, 4/5 are nearby as well as the East River Ferry! Enjoy lots of outdoor dining opportunities on bustling Montague Street and Atlantic Avenue and the convenience of local gourmet food stores and supermarkets. The Brooklyn Heights Promenade two blocks away and Brooklyn Bridge Park are also very close.