"I live in Brooklyn. By choice." So noted Truman Capote in his essay "A House in the Heights." There is no finer choice than 4R in 130 Henry Street. Just renovated and with two skylights and a wall of northwest-facing windows, 4R is a light-filled junior one studio currently configured as a one bedroom. Stunning views from throughout the apartment include treetops and sky, classic Brooklyn Heights architecture and a downtown Manhattan skyline view including One World Trade.
An entry foyer leads to an open living area with exposed brick and hardwood flooring. The new, European-style kitchen with skylight features a quartz countertop, an undermount sink and stainless steel appliances--a gas range, a microwave, a dishwasher and a spacious refrigerator.
The bedroom, with a painted, exposed brick accent wall, can easily fit a queen-sized bed and additional furniture. The updated en-suite bath has a shower and tub, subway tiles, mosaic tile flooring, ample shelf storage and a skylight.
Following approval from the cooperative's board of directors and the NYC Department of Buildings, the purchaser of 4R has the opportunity to develop approximately 21' by 21' of the rooftop to create their own garden or deck.
Perfectly situated in the heart of the Brooklyn Heights Historic District on the United States National Register of Historic Places, 130 Henry is a landmarked 19th Century brownstone gracing a tree-lined street. Laundry and shared storage are available in the building at no additional charge to residents.
Local fitness options include Eastern Athletic, Orangetheory and Equinox. Nearby cafes and restaurants include local favorites Clark's, Drip, Henry's End, Colonie, Boutros, Kogane Ramen and Michelin-starred The River Cafe. Adjacent to DUMBO and surrounded by green space, nestled between the Brooklyn Bridge Park Promenade and Greenway with its iconic Manhattan skyline views and Cadman Plaza Park, 130 Henry Street is served by the 2, 3, A, C and R trains.