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In Brooklyn Heights, charming co-op with windowed rotunda wants $775K

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The one-bedroom apartment is located in an 1850s Brooklyn Heights building

Courtesy of Halstead Real Estate

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.

In Brooklyn Heights, an airy one-bedroom is asking $775,000, and thanks to its location—within a building on Pierrepont Street that dates back to the 1850s—the apartment has some rather lovely design elements that you won’t find in a cookie-cutter new-build space.

The building itself is a Romanesque Revival stunner, with a turret and gabled roof that give it plenty of old-world charm. This apartment is located at the top of the building, which means, yes, you’ll have to climb a bunch of stairs; but on the plus side, it has a windowed rotunda within the turret that looks like the perfect space to while away an afternoon.

In addition to that sweet little nook, the apartment has some nice built-ins, a skylight over the common area, a kitchen with modern appliances (and its own pantry!), and a spacious bedroom with views over Pierrepont Street.

That block is one of the loveliest in Brooklyn Heights; the apartment is also a short walk from both Downtown Brooklyn (and its shops and grocery stores), as well as beloved neighborhood spots like the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park.

This lovely apartment, located at 114 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights, is listed with Halstead’s Harkov Lewis team. Maintenance for the co-op is $1,152/month.