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Loft-like co-op within a Brooklyn Heights townhouse wants $850K

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The apartment features soaring ceilings and restored original details

Douglas Elliman

Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.

A co-op on with a loft-like layout has made its way to the market, asking $850,000. The apartment resides within an early 20th-century townhouse along Remsen Avenue, between Clinton and Henry streets and has retained much of its original details, while welcoming some contemporary upgrades.

Located on the parlor floor of the townhouse, the multi-level apartment features a living room with ceilings that soar more than 13 feet high, a decorative fireplace that’s been restored, and oversized bay windows that bring in lots of sunlight. The main level also gives way to an open kitchen, along with space for a dining area.

A staircase leads to the upper level where the sleeping area is located. While the listing description describes this as a bedroom, it appears to be more of a sleeping alcove, since it lacks a bedroom door for privacy. Nevertheless, the area appears to be spacious and includes two closets for storage.

Other highlights here include wood floors, moldings, and a restored 12-foot Eastlake door. Maintenance charges go for $1,155/month.