While not huge, this one-bedroom loft in an early 20th century Downtown Brooklyn commercial building has high ceilings and big wraparound windows, as well as an appealing country style kitchen.
The minimalist white interior is punctuated by custom maple closets. The striking kitchen has a black and white checkerboard floor, wood shelves and cabinets, dishwasher and beverage fridge. The counters are made of “honed pillion pink marble,” according to the listing.
The corner unit is located on the 10th floor of 96 Schermerhorn Street, an Art Deco building with touches of Gothic that was originally home to St. John’s College. Built in 1928, it went co-op in 1981.
The 105-unit, 13-story building has an elevator, doorman/concierge, on-site super, bike room, shared laundry and roof deck.
The maintenance for this unit is $1,622 a month. It comes with remote control window shades, app-controlled lighting and ceiling fans, and mini split cooling. There are five closets, and the bathroom has a bidet, custom concrete sink, Zellige floor tile and silver travertine slabs on the walls.
Listed by Sharon Cohen of Compass, the apartment is priced at $1.05 million. Think it will go for ask?