A classic pre-war cooperative located on one of Brooklyn Heights most beautiful blocks, 66 Orange Street 1C is an expansive apartment with 10 foot ceilings that feels loft-like while maintaining its historic charm. This 3-bedroom / 2-bathroom home has recently undergone a modern renovation. This home features expansive built-in cabinets in both the living room and 3rd bedroom (currently used as an office). The windowed kitchen was brought down to the studs and reimagined with a complete suite of Viking appliances including a built-in microwave and wine fridge. The backsplash is by Ann Sacks and the countertops are Cambria quartz. Both the master bath and secondary bath were transformed into a spa like oasis. The floors throughout were replaced. A complete Mitsubishi mini-split system was installed throughout the apartment to keep things cool in the hot Brooklyn summers. Enjoy cold winters cozied up to your wood burning fireplace. As a bonus the spacious outdoor courtyard is right outside your door.
The location can't be beat. The subway is 2 blocks away. The Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park are just a short walk. A supermarket is right around the corner. A quick stroll to Henry Street, Atlantic Street and Montague Street where you will find plenty of cafe's, restaurants and local shops.
This is a historic, well maintained 21-unit elevator building. It consists of a common roof deck and common laundry room on the first floor, close to this unit. The cooperative has excellent financials. Pets welcomed upon approval.