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444 Pulaski St. 3R, Brooklyn, NY 11221

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$560,000 Price
Condo Property Type
New York City Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
562 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$370 Maint/CC
$311 RET
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Unit Laundry
Unit Terrace

What you need most now is peace and nature in the city. You go down the block on the border of chic BedStuy and Bushwick to enter through the landscaped courtyard of your charming brick condominium. Turning the key to your new well designed home you appreciate the artistic hallways and semi private entry area. You drop your keys and kick off your shoes on the 7" wide plank white oak hardwoods. The central a/c feels terrific as you pass your pretty stone countertops of the upscale Nobila kitchen from Germany with stainless Bosch and Blomberg appliances. You greet your pet and step out onto your sizable terrace to lovely treed backyards. You turn on your music in the majestic living room with beautiful southern exposures that leads directly to your large master bedroom with a stunning south facing picture window. There is additional storage from your private storage room in the basement and the upkeep with a management company and visiting super in this boutique 7 unit condominium is another wonderful perk. You have found your place in your convenient and diverse Brooklyn community! Your finances run smoothly with low carrying costs. You can't wait to come home again!

Listing courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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