This quirky just one-bed room appears to be a really early apartment, probably courting from the 1880s or so, if the Neo-Grec design stone mantel is nearly anything to go by. It is on the very first floor of 193 Java Avenue in Greenpoint.
The six-device, three-story walkup is lined in siding, but the historic tax picture exhibits the wooden-body was once adorned with straps, brackets and pediments blending the Neo-Grec, Queen Anne and Italianate variations.
Inside of, the railroad condominium is slender but has higher ceilings, four rooms, wood flooring and other authentic details. There are also crafted-ins and a toilet with black and white tile.
A makeover in the mid 20th century extra scalloped trim and sliding glass doors to the dish cupboard in the kitchen. Massive ample for a desk, the room has a tin ceiling and bead board wainscot. The kitchen area fireplace, developed to property a coal or wood burning array, holds the fashionable gasoline stove.
The kitchen is in the rear overlooking the yard at the other finish of the device is the parlor with the marble mantel, in use as the bedroom. Probable the two interior rooms had been once intended as bedrooms, and a single of them, set up as a living room, has a crafted-in wardrobe.
The other now serves as the apartment’s entry and could function as a dining room, library or office. Alternatively, the apartment could also be configured as a two-bedroom for a loved ones.
In addition to the wardrobe, there may well be 1 or two other cupboards, the online video reveals, but it is not crystal clear. Off the kitchen, the petite lavatory with tile-in tub has a modern day pedestal sink and toilet with classic black and white tile.
Detailed by David Gaidowski of Native Genuine Estate, the apartment is inquiring $2,600 a thirty day period. Worthy of it?