Welcome to 618 Monroe Street, a sophisticated, amenity rich 10-unit condominium located on the northern edge of historic Stuyvesant Heights in Brooklyns Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood. A unique building exterior contains harmonious elements of warm brick and concrete textures. Offering Studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments, the dynamically designed units display a suite of top-of-the-line appliances, beautiful hardwood floors and oversized windows. Enter into the furnished lobby with elegant design elements. Amenities include a communal workspace, communal lounge and common bike room. A large communal roof deck offers sweeping views of the neighborhood. That along with the shared garden allows owners plenty of options for entertaining guests outdoors.
Apartment 101 is a sun filled 1565 sq ft 2-bedroom, 2 & 1/2-bathroom garden duplex. With European oak floors throughout, the open kitchen includes a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher. Delta-made faucets grace the Crane Stainless steel sink in the center island. A Bosch range with XO hood rounds out the high-end appliances. With ample closet space in each bedroom, the master bedroom could easily hold a king sized bed. Both bedrooms overlook a 423 sq ft private garden.
The apartment boasts an abundance of southern sunlight, showcasing the high ceilings. All bathrooms, tastefully designed, come with a countertop vanity, brushed nickel Gerber fixtures, and highlighted by hand-held Delta showerhead. The en-suite off the master bedroom is finished with a blend of over-sized marble and subway tile; the second bathroom is wrapped in warm gray tile. A large capacity LG washer and dryer is tucked away within the 576 sq ft rec room.
Located just north of Stuy Heights, the building is central to the historical Brownstones that the neighborhood is known for. Residents are close to the Broadway corridor with a multitude of world cuisine restaurants, cocktail bars, breweries and hangouts. The Farmers Market meets at nearby Herbert Von King Park, which also houses the Almira Kennedy Coursey Amphitheatre. Two train stations are conveniently equidistant and close by: the J & Z trains at Gates Ave and the A& C trains at Utica Ave. A little further is the G train at the Bedford-Nostrand station.