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What/Where: One-bedroom co-op on a fruit street in Brooklyn Heights
Monthly Costs: $672
Perhaps its the sparse furnishings or 11-foot ceilings that lend the living room of this Brooklyn Heights apartment its feeling of spaciousness, but whatever it is brings to attention the one-bedroom's historic details: its functioning wood burning fireplace and moldings. The apartment takes a turn for the nontraditional with the bedroom's multiple doors and the updated kitchen. How much is this fruit street apartment asking?
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