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As soon as you enter this stylishly renovated pre-war residence, you will notice that no detail has been overlooked. Ideal for both entertaining and daily living, the flexible corner floorplan has exceptional flow and has been configured to maximize every square foot. Classic pre-war details include original inlaid parquet floors, moldings, and high ceilings. An exposed brick wall adds a touch of warmth and charm to the living room.
The main living area is comprised of a dining gallery, a generously-proportioned south-facing living room, and an open kitchen. The upgraded kitchen is appointed with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a mosaic backsplash, stylish cabinetry with soft-close drawers, and a breakfast counter. Off the living room is a nursery or study with a custom closet.
The master bedroom is spacious enough to accommodate a king-size bed and boasts dual 6’ custom closets (12’ of closet space in total!), and a double exposure. As a clever use of space, a separate dressing area/nursery has been built off the hallway. The elegant bathroom has been recently remodeled with a penny tile floor, Carrera marble walls, a Kohler soaking tub, a Toto toilet, and a Restoration Hardware marble-topped vanity with polished chrome Newport Brass hardware.
230 Park Place is a premier full-service Art Deco elevator building on the cusp of Prospect Heights and Park Slope. The pet-friendly residence offers a landscaped front courtyard, an elegant lobby with a full-time doorman, common laundry, a bicycle room, basement storage, stroller parking, and a highly-regarded live-in super. Situated on leafy Park Place just off the vibrant Vanderbilt Avenue corridor with its array of shopping, dining, and nightlife options, the location is ideal. Mass transit options include the B/Q at 7th Avenue and the 2/3 at Grand Army Plaza. Residents also enjoy easy access to Prospect Park, the Barclays Center, the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket, and world-renowned cultural institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the flagship branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.
Offered at: $775,000
Maintenance: $1,185.19 (includes heat, hot water, RE taxes; approx. 48% tax deductible)