Brooklyn Heights’ Least Expensive Apartment On The Market

Ever wonder how little it can cost to purchase property in Brooklyn Heights? We scanned listings at Streeteasy for the entire neighborhood, and found a sweet studio in a well-established Central Heights building for $215,000.

The Brown Harris Stevens listing for 70 Remsen Street is on the first floor (Unit 1J) and apparently in need of an update. Maintenance is $698/month. It offers central AC.

Other details: “Ready for renovation, this good size apartment has architectural period detail and a large walk-in closet. Pets allowed. Pied-a-terre allowed. Maintenance includes all utilities. Basement laundry. Bike storage. Full service building with live-in super, 24/7 doorman.”

“The Remsen” offers a 1929 arched facade and pre-war ornate lobby. Floorplan below.

Next week: Brooklyn Heights’ most expensive residential property for sale. Hint: It’s $10M.

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  • Bloomy

    For an extra $4,000 this place seems much more livable than something consider a pied-a-terre. (though the monthly maintenance is twice as much)

  • Remsendweller

    It’s a nice apartment (I’ve seen it) but 100 Remsen is a land-lease, which creates its own problems (this apartment has been on the market for over a year)

  • Donatella

    The building doesn’t own the land. THAT’s why it is so cheap.

  • Eddyde

    Do you know when the lease expires?

  • NBS

    100 Remsen is a landlease. 70 Remsen is not a land lease.