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An opportunity to build your dream apartment in one of Brooklyn Heights iconic apartment buildings, the Arlington on Montague Street.
Designed by Montrose Morris in 1887, 62 Montague Street has been home to many luminaries including playwright Arthur Miller, artist/filmmaker Marie Menken and poet Willard Maas and has been listed on the National Historic Register for its historic character and charm.
The combination apartment offers the potential for 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large kitchen and spacious living room with wood burning fireplace.
Please bring you architect and/or contractor to see what great layouts can be created. The building allows washer and dryers in the apartment and is pet-friendly.
The units are sold together and are being legally combined currently.
The 10 story elevator building has a wonderful roof deck with harbor and Manhattan skyline views, and an intimate and elegant lobby with high ceilings, mosaic tile flooring and original plaster details and columns. Centrally located in Brooklyn Heights, it is steps from the Promenade and all the neighborhood services of Montague Street.