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10 Prospect Park Southwest - 31
Windsor Terrace
$2,900
2 Bedroom
1 Bathrooms
Subway Lines

Top Floor Two Bedroom/One Bath With Park Views!

Bright and sunny, this top floor two bedroom home, currently used as a one bedroom with a formal dining room, is a special find. In a beautiful pre-war walk-up building with a stunning marble lobby, this home is three flights up, and so worth it! Boasting not only tree-top views, the apartment also includes original details such as unique checkerboard inlaid hardwood floors, exceptional ceiling height, special moldings, and French doors. The bright, windowed kitchen has lovely touches of colorful tiles and plenty of cabinets offering a welcoming space to prepare meals. The windowed bathroom is impeccably renovated with white subway tiles and other contemporary finishes. There is a laundry room, storage and bike storage in the basement.

The location at the top of Prospect Park Southwest is exceptional.The Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays and Sundays; the Nite Hawk Cinema; all the shops and restaurants on Prospect Park West; the YMCA at the Armory on 15th Street; the Citibike station at the Circle; the F&G trains on the corner. Urban convenience and entertainment plus world-class Prospect Park are all right on your doorstep.

This is a co-op sublet, with a non-refundable board application fee of $300 and an interview; along with a $500 move-in/move-out deposit, which is refunded after move-out.
Pets on approval. Currently zoned for P.S. 154.

One-Month Broker Fee.

Details

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Co-op

Features

  • Hardwood Floors
  • Pets Allowed Case by Case
  • Laundry in Building
  • Heat/Hot Water Included

Nearby

More about Windsor Terrace

More about Windsor Terrace

Nestled between Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery, Windsor Terrace is a sliver of a neighborhood with a feel that is reminiscent of suburban small-town America. Housing is comprised of modestly sized townhouses with rocking chair front porches, pre-war and post-war apartment buildings, and newer condominiums. In recent years, there has been an influx of newcomers - primarily families - from Manhattan and more densely populated Brooklyn neighborhoods seeking space, quietude, and greenery. Prospect Park West, the neighborhood's main shopping district, provides the essentials, including a handful of eateries, cafes, bars, and shops, along with the famous Terrace Bagels. For a glimpse of what the neighborhood was like in the past, grab a barstool at Farrell's, one of Brooklyn's oldest bars, and a popular haunt of local cops and firefighters. Styrofoam beer cups may be gone, but the memories still flow. New restaurants, such as Le Paddock, Hamilton's, and Brancaccio's Food Shop, have been sprouting along Prospect Avenue and Fort Hamilton Avenue, as well.

Grocery Stores

  • Key Food & Walgreens
  • United Meat Market
  • J & H Farm
  • Seeley Market
  • Royal Supermarket
  • Union Market
  • Russo's Mozzarella & Pasta

Laundromats / Dry Cleaners

  • Prospect Laundromat
  • Suds On 8th Avenue
  • Prospect Park Laundromat
  • 423 Church Ave Laundromat
  • Ye's Laundromat

Restaurants

  • Le Paddock
  • Hamilton's
  • Brancaccio's
  • Brooklyn Commune
  • Krupa Grocery
  • Fonda
  • Le P'Tit Paris Bistro
  • East Wind Snack Shop

Coffee Shops / Dessert

  • Steeplechase Coffee
  • Terrace Coffee Shop
  • Brunswick
  • Cafe Grumpy
  • Connecticut Muffin
  • Southside Coffee
  • Lark Cafe
  • Windsor Cafe
  • Elk Cafe

Fitness

  • Park Slope Armory YMCA
  • Harbor Fitness
  • YogaSole
  • Jaya Yoga East
  • New York Sports Club
  • Prospect Park YMCA
  • Bodhisattva Yoga