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Design-forward Brooklyn Heights studio with lush private patio seeks $810K

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The studio has 13-foot-tall ceilings and a massive, paneled, floor-to-ceiling window

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The building that’s home to the most expensive apartment for sale in Brooklyn, also has this quirky, substantially cheaper studio up for grabs, now on the market for $810,000.

The 589-square-foot condo first sold in 2013 for $672,045, and the person who purchased it seems to have taken a creative approach with the design. The studio opens up into a small foyer with the kitchen to the left. This space comes fitted with custom Italian kitchen cabinets, stone countertops, and appliances by Bosch and Sub-Zero. There’s a cute breakfast corner to top it off as well.

Beyond that is the living room with bookshelves on either side, and a massive paneled, floor-to-ceiling window that looks out onto the the studio’s verdant patio. That outdoor space spans 290 square feet, and has enough room for some outdoor furniture.

The sleeping situation is where it gets a little complicated/intriguing (depending on how you see it). A twin bed seems to have been set up in a photo booth-like situation with a pair of curtains separating it from the rest of the living space. It might not be to everyone’s taste, but it sure is a creative approach. Here’s a floor plan from a previous listing to show you what the space looked like before:

Aside from that, the apartment comes with 13-foot-tall ceilings, and has a washer and dryer in-unit. Living in One Brooklyn Bridge Park has its perks too include a nine-seat movie theater, a 3,000-square-foot gym, and a golf simulator, among others.

One Brooklyn Bridge Park

360 Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY