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345 Montgomery St. 5-R, Brooklyn, NY 11213

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$499,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Crown Heights Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$534 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

This fifth floor one bedroom apartment can be our Pre-War Sanctuary in the heart of Brooklyn. Located at the Dearborn, built as an Art Deco hotel in 1928. The building features loads of original details such as the cast iron doors that lead into the grand lobby. The apartment features an oversized bedroom that has tremendous morning light and can easily fit a king size bed. The kitchen and living room receives glancing sunlight in the morning and evening from the east and west. This community features a laundry room, mail room, storage units (an additional fee) and bike storage rack (additional fee). The building allows you to leave your Con Edison at our former address (electricity is included in your maintenance fees)

Located directly between the President and Sterling Street 2/5 train stations make it quick to get to Barclay's Center/Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan. Prospect Park, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, and Grand Army Plaza are nearby for your enjoyment. The Dearborn is surrounded by a slew of restaurants on the surrounding Avenues close to the building. Here are some favorites Cafe Rue Dix on Bedford, Chavela's on Franklin, Allan's Bakery on Nostrand, and Names on Rogers. This apartment will not last.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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