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‘Glee’ co-creator lists modest Cobble Hill studio for $300K

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The writer Ian Brennan moved into this apartment long before Glee became a smash hit

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Glee co-creator Ian Brennan has listed his modest Cobble Hill studio for $300,000. Brennan became the owner of the cozy studio on Amity Street back in 2005, four years before Glee burst out on to the scene and became a smash hit soon thereafter.

The apartment is part of a four-story brownstone, and is one of 12 units in the building. The studio is located on the top floor, and benefits from having a large skylight in the main living area.

While it’s somewhat of a tight squeeze, the living area still manages to fit a couch, a coffee table, a small desk, and a full size bed. Other nice features here include the tall ceiling height, and the wood-burning fireplace.

Residents in the building also have access to bike storage and laundry in the building.

Brennan came up with the idea for Glee based on his own experiences in a show choir while in high school. He originally envisioned it as a film, but couldn’t find anyone to make it. It was only several years later when a Hollywood friend of Brennan’s presented the script to producer Ryan Murphy that the wheels finally started turning for the production.