Beautiful, charming and unique, this exquisite home in prime Brooklyn Heights provides a comfortable and luxurious oasis in the midst of urban living. Gorgeous, graceful and well-proportioned, this garden level duplex apartment offers two bedrooms and full bath upstairs. Both bedrooms face east, overlooking the tranquil, beautifully landscaped, nearly 1,000 square foot private garden.
Accessing the apartment either via the main entrance on Hicks Street or your own private garden entrance on Love Lane, one is immediately drawn to the serene and lovely outdoor space, featuring a custom designed and built studio offering heat, A/C, electricity and Wi-Fi. Hardwood floors, tremendous custom closet and storage space flow throughout the apartment. On the garden level, an adorable and highly functional galley kitchen and half bath, living, dining and convertible home office/den/third bedroom all face the stunning yet serene views of the private landscaped garden and studio. Floor to ceiling windows and glass sliding doors offer tremendous light and an alluring focal point to this enchanting outdoor setting, which is perfect for lounging, dining and enjoying the peace and serenity of Brooklyn Heights.
173 Hicks Street is an exceptionally well-maintained prewar cooperative. Boasting attractive Federalist-style architecture, the building is located on a lovely townhouse and tree-lined street, with a part-time superintendent, laundry room and common roof deck, featuring magnificent views of Manhattan, the East River and Statue of Liberty.
Conveniently located just a few blocks from all major train lines (A/C, 2/3, 4/5, M & R,) the iconic Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the impressive and breathtaking 85 acre Brooklyn Bridge Park. A multitude of superb restaurants, boutiques and supermarkets are all within a few short blocks' radius in this central Brooklyn Heights location. Sorry, dogs are not permitted.
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