Located in an elevator building on coveted Seeley Street, this beautiful and bright corner unit rests on the top (6th) floor with multiple exposures, abundant sunlight, and unobstructed tree-top views that capture spectacular sunsets overlooking Prospect Park.
This airy, well-proportioned, and peaceful oasis features a flexible layout, a large entry foyer (currently used as a study), dining area, high ceilings, archways, moldings, and hardwood floors. This home retains its pre-war charm while blending seamlessly with a fresh, modern renovation. The sun-filled and oversize corner master bedroom can comfortably fit a king-size bed and ample furniture. The renovated windowed bathroom is tasteful, crisp, and clean. Significant care was also given to the renovated windowed kitchen, which incorporates Ceasarstone countertops, custom cabinets, a Bertazzoni range, a Bosch dishwasher and microwave, and undermount lighting. This apartment boasts ample closets, including a sizable walk-in closet in the bedroom.
This cat-friendly building has a renovated and well-maintained laundry room with a lending library for residents, a parking garage (waitlisted), secure storage, and bicycle storage in the basement. In the summertime, residents are encouraged to use the rear of the building for planting/gardening. An onsite superintendent works in conjunction with a staffing company to maintain the building, and a management company oversees everything. Considerable improvements have been made in recent months, including repointing and replacing lintels throughout the building.
Within mere steps of Prospect Park (close to the lake and Duck Island), Vanderbilt playground, Elk Caf/u00e9, a 2-minute walk to the B68 and a 6-minute walk to the F/G trains, near an array of Windsor Terrace/Park Slope's best restaurants, boutiques, shops and services, Windsor Farms, Walgreens, Bartel-Prichard Square's Wednesday and Sunday Greenmarket, and the upcoming Nitehawk Cinema and Ample Hills Creamery, the location couldn't be better.