They didn't cut any corners on this one. After a lengthy renovation, the brick-and-limestone mansion at 24 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights has re-emerged as a four-unit condominium that, from the looks of it, aimed to preserve as much architectural detail while giving the 1896 residence a lighter, slightly more modern feel. It looks very well done to us. Another sweetener: The building is also a stone's throw from the promenade. Quality has a price though: All four units are priced well north of $1,000 a foot. The third-floor floor-through, for example, clocks in at 1,441 square feet and has a maintenance of $1,103 and an asking price of $1,745,000. The development's web site is here and there's an open house by appointment on Sunday.
24 Remsen Street, #3 [Brennan RE/NYT]
Condos of the Day: 24 Remsen Street
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