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This $1.6M Fort Greene Condo Really Owns Its Railroad Layout

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Rarely does a railroad-style apartment come along that so thoroughly owns its drawn-out layout like this two-bedroom Fort Greene condo does. The apartment majorly benefits from its four exposures and smart design (which is also pretty easy on the eyes; not to mention reminiscent of this stunning Roman and Williams renovation.) The condo has two bedrooms—one's currently used as a study—as well as two full bathrooms, so long as a little shower tucked under the stairs counts. Although the pad has been thoroughly updated, it still has plenty of original details like four marble mantles and a wood-burning fireplace. The apartment, on Fort Greene Place between Lafayette Avenue and Hanson Place, sold for $967,337 in 2009 and is now asking $1.6 million.

· Listing: 122 Fort Greene Place #2 [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· On the Market archives [Curbed]