In the open living and dining area, you'll find a wall of exposed brick and a decorative marble fireplace that reflect the building's age.
There are also built-in bookshelves and a large closet in the hallway for storage.
The kitchen, meanwhile, is sleek and minimalist—so much so that it's not totally clear where the refrigerator is. We're guessing (hoping?) it's behind the white cabinets.
The bedroom is at the back of the unit, which means you'll be shielded from street noise.
On the other hand, it opens right onto the yard, so if your upstairs neighbors like to have their morning coffee outside—or throw late-night ragers—this amenity could easily turn into a cause for consternation.
More solidly in the plus column: the bathroom has been recently renovated, and the apartment includes an in-unit washer and dryer, storage space, and an office.
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