Super spacious (850+ sq.ft.), bright one-bedroom in full-service building. This serene home boasts hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen, four large closets, sky and treetop views, high ceilings, and a winged layout. The extra-large living room easily fits a dining table and two seating areas, and can be converted into two rooms. The wide foyer is perfect for a home office or a mud room. Similar apartments in the line have opened up the kitchen to make an open plan concept. The king-sized bedroom has two large closets and plenty of room for all your furniture.
915 East 17th Street features a live-in super, full-time doorman, a package room, laundry room, parking garage, bike room, and storage.
Listing courtesy of Corcoran Group
Midwood is more steeped in tradition than most of Brooklyn and perhaps that’s because Hipsters haven’t found their way to this quiet, south-central Brooklyn neighborhood where the cafes serve cream-filled pastries dusted with powdered sugar, not single-origin, organic coffee.
The area takes pride in being mostly residential. The streets are tree-lined and basketball hoops hang above garages. Because Midwood doesn’t fall under any landmarks or historic zoning, the architecture varies drastically. Within Midwood, there is Midwood Manor, an area with some of the most beautiful and lavish houses in all of Brooklyn. Coney Island Avenue is Midwood’s main artery and is lined with everything from gas stations to department stores. Hot Spots include: Di Fara Pizza, Ostrovitsky’s, Taste of Georgia, and Taci’s Beyti.