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954 Bergen St. 1-A, Brooklyn, NY 11216

$497,000
Listing Details:
$497,000 Price
Condo Property Type
Crown Heights Neighborhood
-- Beds
1 Baths
407 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$210 Maint/CC
$240 RET
Key Features:
Elevator
Garage
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Storage
Unit Laundry
Description:

Welcome to The Bergen House, an exquisite new condominium development on the border of historic Crown & Prospect Heights. This spectacular condo residence was designed with a contemporary concept that embraces bold contrasts. The sleek interior boasts white oak floors with dark walnut stain balanced by exposed concrete elements, while graphic red kitchen cabinetry adds an element of striking ambiance. Kitchens, designed with practicality and beauty in mind, feature honed absolute black granite countertops, glass subway-tiled backsplashes and stainless steel appliances from Fisher & Paykel and Blomberg. The bathroom exudes serenity with Stratos anthracite and silver tiling, ash wood vanities, deep-soaking tubs by Darius and chrome fixtures by Danze. Experience the best of modern boutique living with the impressive set of amenities offered at The Bergen House, including a passenger elevator, common roof deck with Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn streetscape views and individual bicycle storage. Washer/dryer in the unit! Tenant in place until June 30th, 2017. Just a short distance from Brooklyn's famed Prospect Park, unique dining, shopping and nightlife on Franklin Avenue, and an abundance of transportation options to Manhattan and beyond via the A, C, S, 2, 3, 4 & 5 trains, The Bergen House is one of the premier condominium developments in Brooklyn.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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