Pre-war meets contemporary in this beautiful, bright 2BR floor-through co-op with private garden.
Unwind in the spacious living room outfitted with built-in shelves and a wood-burning fireplace to cozy up beside on cool nights. Cook up your favorite meals in the open eat-in kitchen boasting sleek stainless steel appliances and modern cabinets. Both bedrooms are well-lit and feature an abundance of built-in storage. From the master bedroom, step out into the private garden ideal for warm-weather barbecues, curling up with a book or planting your favorite herbs. You'll find hardwood floors throughout the unit and perks including central AC, an in-unit washer and dryer, and basement storage. The building is cat-friendly and dogs are allowed on a case-by-case basis.
Built in 1910, 279 Prospect Place is a four-unit co-op located in desirable Prospect Heights, surrounded by a diverse selection of foodie hot spots, boutiques and neighborhood amenities, and within close proximity to Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Brooklyn Academy of Music. Both the 7th Avenue B/Q station and the 2/3 at Grand Army Plaza are a 7-minute walk from the building.
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
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While diminutive in size, Prospect Heights is home to some of Brooklyn's most renowned cultural institutions, including the world-class Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Prospect Park Zoo, and the impressive Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Vanderbilt Avenue and Flatbush Avenue boast a dynamic selection of highly acclaimed restaurants, including Olmsted, Chuko Ramen, Morgan's Barbecue, and Geido, while Washington Avenue has a wide selection of lively bars, hip cafes and the legendary Tom's Restaurant - a beloved fixture in the neighborhood since 1936. On Saturday mornings, aspiring gourmets gather at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket to stock up on the freshest local ingredients. The quiet and leafy side streets offer a unique display of architecture with row after row of colorful townhouses and stately pre-war buildings along Plaza Street East and Eastern Parkway. Prospect Heights residents enjoy outdoor activities in both Prospect Park and neighboring Mount Prospect Park. This neighborhood is extremely accessible with access to multiple train lines and a major transportation hub at Atlantic Terminal. New housing development near the Barclays Center is spawning a sub-neighborhood of its very own called Pacific Park.
Laundromats / Dry Cleaners
Cheryl's Global Soul