Elegant and serene, this well-maintained and spacious 2BR/1.5BA corner unit is filled with natural sunlight and effortlessly blends traditional pre-war details with modern conveniences and style.
Located on the 3rd floor of one of the most sought after Art Deco elevator/doorman buildings on the cusp of Prospect Heights and Park Slope, the ample pre-war proportions of this beautiful home provide a comfortable and flexible layout that intuitively lends itself to entertaining and ease of daily living. A gracious foyer (currently used as a study) leads the way to an expansive and inviting living and dining room. Three sets of corner windows throughout offer multiple exposures. The thoughtfully designed chef's kitchen is outfitted with Frigidaire professional stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and built-in microwave, Coline cabinetry, a tasteful glass backsplash, and crisp Corian countertops with a built-in breakfast bar. A hallway leads to the king-size corner bedroom. The windowed full bathroom is a spa-like retreat, featuring striking marble hex floor tiles, tasteful white subway wall tiles, custom shelving, a handheld shower in addition to a regular shower, and a marble vanity. The second corner bedroom is at the opposite end of the hallway next to the renovated windowed half bath, which has design elements to compliment the full bath. The airy unit is graced with refinished inlaid parquet and hardwood floors, moldings, high ceilings, huge closets, and designer touches that include contemporary recessed lighting on dimmers and modern hardware.
The premier pet-friendly building features a professionally landscaped circular courtyard and a grand lobby with full-time concierge services. Residents enjoy a renovated laundry room available 24/7 with an extensive lending library, a children’s play room/lounge, personal storage cages, bike storage, and a fantastic live-in super who has served the building since 2003.
Across the street from the 2/3 at Grand Army Plaza and merely blocks to the B/Q at 7th Avenue, surrounded by an array of restaurants, cafes, boutiques, grocery stores (including the new Union Market), Fitness Centers (such as Crunch and SoulCycle), and services, the location is ideal. A short walk brings you to Prospect Park, the main branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, the Brooklyn Museum, and the weekend Greenmarket. Parking and Zipcars are available in the nearby Richard Meier building. This is a truly exceptional place to call home.