It also happens to be a good deal less expensive than its upstairs neighbor
The views from this enormous waterfront condo are about as good as it gets, with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the Manhattan skyline and New York harbor. With five bedrooms and five bathrooms, the Brooklyn Heights apartment “offers the space of a townhouse on one level.”
Bright and modern and extremely well-lit, the 4,000 square foot home has 12-foot ceilings, a formal dining room, a casual eating area, and an extra entertaining area with a wet bar, for your boozier needs. The bedrooms are pretty swanky, too: three have en-suite baths, one has “been duplexed,” with a full-height loft area, and one has its own terrace overlooking the finer rooftops of the neighborhood.
Listed at $6.5 million, the One Brooklyn Bridge Park residence isn’t cheap, but it’s a relative bargain when compared to the apartment upstairs, which is also on the market — listed at nearly $24 million.
So what does that extra $17 million buy you? More space, for one — at 8,333 square feet, it’s more than twice the size of its downstairs neighbor. The place is also decked out with its own private movie theater, superior wine storage (there’s a 3,500-bottle cellar), a more scenic bathroom, and a workout room, because fitness is important and you’ve got to fill all that space somehow. Otherwise, though, the two apartments really aren’t so different after all, with five bedrooms, open floor plans, and those ridiculous Manhattan views.