Unit 9E at 75 Livingston Street is a spacious, light-filled and airy 2 bedroom (convertible 3), 2 bathroom pre-war, corner loft with impressive water and skyline views including Governor's Island, the Statue of Liberty and downtown Manhattan. Measuring approximately 1,550 square feet with 9' ceilings (with the ability to open up to 10'3"), this unit features a welcoming foyer with floor-to-ceiling closets and storage space, oversized windows, hardwood floors, an in-unit washer and dryer and potential for central A/C. Flooded in natural light from its 6 windows, the corner living room has a flexible layout that will easily accommodate multiple living areas and a separate work space, in addition to an optional third bedroom. Just beyond the foyer, you will find a large dining area adjacent to the oversized, pass-through kitchen with full-size appliances that boasts generous countertop and storage space. The west-facing master bedroom has a sizable walk-in closet, custom built-ins and a large en suite bathroom with a step-up jacuzzi bathtub. The south-facing second bedroom can easily fit a queen-size bed with additional furniture or serve as a home office or den. One of Brooklyn Heights' most notable buildings and part of the Skyscraper Historic District, 75 Livingston Street was designed by architect Abraham J. Simberg and built in 1926. Converted to a cooperative in 1981, this full-service, 24-hour doorman building has 100 units on 30 floors, a live-in superintendent, central laundry, bike storage, sizable private storage and is pet-friendly with Board approval. Conveniently located near Borough Hall and at the crossroads of Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill, 75 Livingston Street is just a short distance from the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, F and R trains and within minutes to a variety of favorite neighborhood shops, restaurants and conveniences.