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8901 Shore Rd. 10B, Brooklyn, NY 11209

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$399,995 Price
Co-op Property Type
Fort Hamilton Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
720 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$950 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

REDUCED: You'll love the open high-floor views over the rooftops of Bay Ridge from this exceptionally bright, airy, and spacious one bedroom apartment. It features very generously proportioned rooms, a separate kitchen, with more than ample closet space, plus the convenience of a laundry room on each floor. Harbor View Towers is where chic mid-century modern meets affordability on Bay Ridge's gold coast. This park-front residence has the kind of curb-appeal that is truly impressive, rising above the rest of the neighborhood at the crossroads of Shore Road & Narrows Avenue. It was built as an ultra-luxury cooperative building in 1962 with its distinctive white brick façade, landscaped front garden, white glove 24-hr doorman service that affords shareholders an exceptional lifestyle and security. Shore Road Park and its river front esplanade is at your doorstep, and you'll have easy access to the express bus to Manhattan, Bay Ridge's restaurant row, and great shopping nearby. It is pet friendly and a smart choice with low maintenance that includes heat, hot water, cooking gas, and your taxes. Whether you are considering an upgrade, downsizing, or buying a starter home, do not miss seeing this one!

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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