On the first floor of a bow-fronted East Flatbush row house, this floor-through apartment offers a decent amount of space, some period details and a renovated kitchen. The house at 150 East 35th Street dates to the early 20th century and was constructed as a two-family.
While the wood floors are new, original details include high ceilings, plaster walls, woodwork, five-panel doors with original hardware, picture rails and built-ins. The six-room unit has also retained its original flexible layout.
The apartment has windowed rooms at the front and rear with two windowless rooms in between. (Early apartments often placed the parlor at the front, the dining room in the rear next to the kitchen, and bedrooms in the center.)
While the apartment can be entered via that front room, making it an ideal living room, there is also an entrance that opens into a small foyer. That foyer has a closet and space for chair, bench or small table.
A hallway with access to the bathroom and the kitchen at the rear of the apartment allows for a few different layouts, including as a one-bedroom or two-bedroom.
The windowed kitchen appears recently updated, with a tile floor, sleek white cabinets, wood counters, a cooktop, dishwasher and a drawer refrigerator and freezer.
The bathroom has also been renovated and has white subway tile with a decorative green border tile, a pedestal sink and hex tile floor.
There are three closets, including a wall of built-in wardrobes, plus a niche in the hall with cupboards. The largest rooms have ceiling fans, and the radiators are white and low profile.
There isn’t any mention of laundry in the listing, but Wi-Fi is included in the rent. If you want to see the apartment in person, there is an open house by appointment only this Sunday, October 30 from noon to 2 p.m.
Warren Bernard and Elizabeth Kee of Core have the listing and the unit is priced at $2,150 a month. What do you think?