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166 Seeley St – B4
Windsor Terrace
$595,000
Maintenance: $771
Financing Allowed: 80%
1 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
Subway Lines
MORTGAGE CALCULATOR
20 4.25 30

Steps to Prospect Park, this large 1BR is not to be missed! Abundantly lit with southern and western exposures, and located in a well-maintained elevator building on coveted Seeley Street.

Well-proportioned and welcoming, the large living room boasts plenty of space plus a wall of built-ins including custom closets and a Murphy bed. The open-plan kitchen with an exposed brick wall and custom-built cabinets is the heart of this home. Features include Corian countertops, a water-conserving drawer dishwasher, and a pantry for extra storage. In addition to a breakfast bar for everyday meals, there is ample space for an expansive dining table for easy entertaining. The renovated bathroom charms with it’s industrial-chic vibe.

Situated in a pet-friendly, pre-war building with a stunning lobby, two common gardens, a well-maintained laundry room, waitlisted storage and bike storage, and excellent financials. The building is wired for both Fios and Spectrum. Within mere steps of Prospect Park—close to the lake, Duck Island and Vanderbilt playground—a 2-minute walk to the B68 and 5-minute walk to the F/G trains. Idyllic location near an array of Windsor Terrace/Park Slope’s best restaurants, boutiques, shops and services including Elk Cafe, Windsor Farms, Bartel-Pritchard Square Greenmarket, Nitehawk Cinema and Ample Hills Creamery. Your park-side oasis awaits!

Details

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

Features

  • Bike Storage
  • Garden
  • Elevator
  • Windowed Kitchen
  • Storage
  • Dishwasher
  • Prewar
  • Live-in Super
  • Pied-à-terre Allowed

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
  • Krupa Grocery
  • Fonda
  • East Wind Snack Shop
  • WINNER
  • Cena
  • Della

Coffee Shops / Dessert

  • Steeplechase Coffee
  • Terrace Coffee Shop
  • Poetica
  • Cafe Grumpy
  • Connecticut Muffin
  • Southside Coffee
  • Lark Cafe
  • Windsor Cafe
  • Elk Cafe
  • Ample Hills Creamery

Fitness

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

Floorplan

Floorplan