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Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom with graciously sized terrace seeks $1.13M

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The apartment also comes with a wood-burning fireplace

Courtesy of Compass

A Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom with a 14-foot by 24-foot terrace and a bright, sunny living area is on the market for $1.125 million.

The apartment at 28 Pierrepont Street, between Hicks and Willow streets, has been renovated with a new kitchen that includes a washer and dryer hook-up and simple, yet stylish fixtures. (The listing doesn’t go into detail about the finishes, but does point out the apartment’s 11-foot ceilings and wood floors.)

The bedroom comes with built-in shelving and a true wood-burning fireplace, one of the apartment’s other major perks alongside the gracious outdoor space.

The apartment, a co-op, is on the market with Sean McPeak of Compass. Maintenance runs $947/month.

[Update: A previous version of this post stated that the apartment was on the building’s top floor. That’s incorrect, it’s on the second floor. Curbed regrets the error.]