345 Montgomery Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11213

345 Montgomery Street Apt: 4-A
Brooklyn NY 11213

Cross street:Rogers Avenue

Building

Type:Low-rise
Era:Post-war
Floors:6

Property

Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 5
Bedrooms: 2 BR
Bathrooms: 1
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $675,000
Maintenance: $1,055
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $67,500

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578 Driggs Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Courtesy of Compass

Description

You will become enchanted once you open the cast-iron doors to this former 1928 Pre-War II hotel. The Dearborn has been rumored for years as one of the visiting hotels for “The Boys Of Summer” that called Ebbets Field home. The Art Deco lobby provides a timeless and lovely entrance to the building and opens to the front courtyard, which is maintained by the shareholders, along with all the greenery surrounding this gorgeous building. This corner apartment has southern and eastern exposures. Each of the bedrooms and the recently renovated bathroom face east and have great morning light. The newly renovated kitchen with brand new LG Stainless Steel Appliances, Marble Countertops, new white cabinets, and a tremendous silver and black backsplash. The kitchen and living room stay bright with sunlight because of the Southern Light that beams through the windows. Located directly between the President and Sterling Street 2/5 train stations make it quick to get to Barclay’s Center/Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan. Prospect Park, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, and Grand Army Plaza are nearby for your enjoyment. The Dearborn is surrounded by a slew of restaurants on the surrounding Avenues close to the building. Here are some favorites Cafe Rue Dix on Bedford, Chavela’s on Franklin, Allan’s Bakery on Nostrand, and Glou on Rogers. This apartment will not last.

Amenities

Courtyard; Laundry Room; Common Storage;

  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Voice Intercom

Neighborhood

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You will become enchanted once you open the cast iron doors to this former 1928 Pre War II hotel.

Description

You will become enchanted once you open the cast-iron doors to this former 1928 Pre-War II hotel. The Dearborn has been rumored for years as one of the visiting hotels for “The Boys Of Summer” that called Ebbets Field home. The Art Deco lobby provides a timeless and lovely entrance to the building and opens to the front courtyard, which is maintained by the shareholders, along with all the greenery surrounding this gorgeous building. This corner apartment has southern and eastern exposures. Each of the bedrooms and the recently renovated bathroom face east and have great morning light. The newly renovated kitchen with brand new LG Stainless Steel Appliances, Marble Countertops, new white cabinets, and a tremendous silver and black backsplash. The kitchen and living room stay bright with sunlight because of the Southern Light that beams through the windows. Located directly between the President and Sterling Street 2/5 train stations make it quick to get to Barclay’s Center/Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan. Prospect Park, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, and Grand Army Plaza are nearby for your enjoyment. The Dearborn is surrounded by a slew of restaurants on the surrounding Avenues close to the building. Here are some favorites Cafe Rue Dix on Bedford, Chavela’s on Franklin, Allan’s Bakery on Nostrand, and Glou on Rogers. This apartment will not last.

Amenities

Courtyard; Laundry Room; Common Storage;

  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Voice Intercom

Neighborhood

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