A one-bedroom in the Crown Heights North Historic District has historic details, including a mantle, and windows on three exposures. It’s on the second floor of a three-story 1890s Romanesque Revival limestone across from Brower Park.
The unit at 869 St. Marks Avenue has four rooms, including a living room with a bay window, moldings, herringbone floor, and wood mantel with tile. The ceilings are high throughout.
A long, windowless room in the center could work as a den, the listing suggests. The bedroom has parquet and windows on two exposures.
The updated windowless kitchen has star-patterned tiles, vertical subway tile backsplash and a petite run of cupboards. The fridge is not shown. The bathroom has a tub with marble-pattern tile surround.
The four-family walkup was purchased by an LLC in March for $2,015,000. Listed by agent Asantewa Patterson of Ivey North, the apartment is priced at $3,350 a month. Worth it?
[Listing: 869 St. Marks Avenue, #3G | Broker: Ivey North] GMAP
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