A classic studio in a classic brownstone on a classic Park Slope block. Come fall in love with this outrageously charming, renovated co-op just a block from Grand Army Plaza and around the corner from Prospect Park.
Prewar details include hardwood floors, deep moldings, high ceilings and bay front windows with original shutters overlooking the tree-lined street. Exposed brick adds to the charm. The efficient layout allows for living, sleeping and dining - there's even space to work from home! The bathroom features a deep soaking tub and fresh subway tiles. The kitchen makes use of a small footprint with deep storage drawers, newer stainless appliances and tall open shelves.
If you're looking for a starter apartment, are downsizing, or just want a turnkey perch close to everything that makes Brooklyn so wonderful, this might be the place.
All of this in an intimate, pet-friendly, professionally managed co-op with laundry room and additional storage. Make your appointment today. Co-broking agents are always welcome. Listing courtesy of Realty Collective
Park Slope, with its tree-lined streets and immaculate brownstones, has a small-town feel and social cohesion that’s unusual in the city.
It’s a place where activities for children are unending, shopkeepers know their customers and people stop in the street to chat. Even as the park-side homes are buffed to a high polish, the area still offers a variety of experience: There are scores of restaurants and bars; a diverse retail sector; multiple Farmer’s Markets, including Grand Army Plaza’s; and Prospect Park with its fantastic bandshell, baseball fields, zoo, botanic ... read more