This luminous one-bedroom sits at the top floor of a co-op built in 1914 by renowned architect, Robert T. Lyons, who designed many of the great Bing and Bing buildings, such as the classic, Gramercy Park Hotel; and 903 Park Avenue, celebrated as the tallest luxury apartment building in the world, when it was built in 1916.
Overlooking serene courtyards of Brooklyn Heights' beloved brownstones, the home has been thoughtfully maintained with carefully restored millwork and hand-crafted cabinetry; while retaining many of its original architectural features, such as the high ceilings (10 ft.); an enameled cast iron soaking tub; and oak plank hardwood floors. Moreover, the apartment has the generous proportions of a true pre-war building, with its gallery-styled hall that opens into an expansive living room and then a large bedroom.
Located in prime Brooklyn Heights on a quaint, tree-lined block, the Montana is a well-maintained, elevator coop building that boasts a live-in superintendent; a lovely green courtyard, furnished for summer gatherings; a central laundry room; community lending library; bike parking; and common storage. Moments to all of the major subway lines (2,3,4,5,A,C,R,Q,B,F & G as well as the convenience of Trader Joes; an ample selection of great Brooklyn restaurants and cafes; and only blocks from Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The owner will pay the assessment of $389.32/month that lasts through the end of 2022, for the recent capital improvements. There is an additional, ongoing assessment of $67.26.