Today’s installment of “Price Buster” zeros in on three fantastic one-bedroom apartments currently available in Brooklyn. All three properties are true one-bedrooms listed for less than $400,000.
61 Oliver Street, Apartment 5R
61 Oliver Street is a post-war brick building at the northwest corner of Marine Avenue and Oliver Street, just one block east of Shore Road Park in Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn. The current asking price for the one-bedroom co-op is $399,999.
Apartment 5R is a spacious one bedroom residence with fresh renovations. It features a stunning windowed kitchen and a separate dining area.
The living room (11’8”x19’5”) has clean lines throughout and is enhanced with architectural details like beamed ceilings, crown moldings and plank flooring.
The windowed kitchen has been beautifully renovated. The space features marble countertops, custom cabinetry and a suite of professional stainless steel appliances. The counter extends into the dining area and provides an informal spot to eat, chat or serve.
61 Oliver Street is an elevatored building with a garage (current waiting list), private storage, laundry room and a shared garden.
100 Remsen Street, Apartment 3D
100 Remsen Street is a handsome post war co-op building that sits at the southeast corner of Henry Street and Remsen Street in the heart of Brooklyn Heights. The beautiful Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Cathedral commands the opposite corner across Remsen Street. The current asking price for this one-bedroom apartment is $385k.
Apartment 3-D is a charming one bedroom in great condition. The home provides east and south-facing exposures with views of the building’s courtyard. The beautiful casement windows frame the courtyard trees in all three rooms.
The living room (11’7”x20’) enjoys good light and has enough space for both a living and a dining area. There is a floor-to-ceiling custom bookcase which provides for a lovely presentation of your personal treasures. The floors are a dark stained parquet.
The windowed kitchen has a contemporary design and offers modern appliances, new cabinets and quartz countertops.
The bedroom also offers ample light. It features wall-to-wall carpeting and a pair of sconces above the bed.
100 Remsen Street is a classic mid-century co-op building with a weekday doorman and a live-in super. The building has an elevator and offers a courtyard, bike room, laundry room and private storage. Please note that this is a land lease building and that purchases may not be financed.
185 Marine Avenue, Apartment 6C
185 Marine Avenue is a beautiful Tudor-styled pre-war building with a rusticated stone and brick facade that commands the corner of Marine Avenue and 3rd Avenue in Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn. The property, which sits on a triangular lot, has an elegant street presence with a setback entrance flanked by manicured plantings and wrought iron fencing. The building is located one block east of Shore Road Park.
The current asking price for the one-bedroom co-op is $349k.
Apartment 6-C is a top floor unit flush with light. It enjoys exquisite open views of the Verrazano Bridge from both the living room and the bedroom.
The living room (12’x16’) offers parquet floors and recessed lighting. The kitchen is equipped with new stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, floating shelves, tiled floors and contemporary lighting.
The bedroom (15’8”x11’9”) enjoys double exposures. The light is grand. There is a ceiling fan and recessed lighting as well. Just outside the bedroom is a walk-in closet.
185 Marine Avenue is an elevatored building and offers bike storage, common storage and a laundry room. This is the smallest of the three one-bedrooms presented, with just 50 apartments.