This one-bedroom at 30 Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights is described in the listing as "magnificent" but we think "mediocre" might be a better adjective. The fifth-floor unit is perfectly nice but it's a postwar apartment to start with (so low ceilings and no moldings) and a recent renovation didn't help the aesthetic cause too much in our opinion. Still, it's a very nice location and the building has a new roof deck. The monthly maintenance is $680 and the asking price is $495,000. Seems at least 20 percent overpriced to us.
30 Monroe Place, #5A [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
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