An artful blend of understated Scandinavian design and classic pre-war grace awaits in this stunning top-floor one-bedroom, offering a spacious, airy, flowing layout, natural sunlight, high ceilings, and a sense of serene quietude. A welcoming entry foyer with an over-sized coat closet and a custom built-in workstation with a desk and abundant shelving, leads the way into the generously-proportioned living room, which is a delightful place to relax and entertain. The bespoke eat-in chef’s kitchen is outfitted with ample Amish-crafted cabinets with copper hardware, industrial-chic stainless steel countertops, polished poured concrete flooring, stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher), a sleek backsplash, a hand-crafted wood shelf, a reclaimed wood ceiling, a large undermount sink, and a windowed breakfast nook with exposed brick. There is a utility closet outside the kitchen. Unwind in the king-size master bedroom featuring two exposures, three windows, and built-in closets. The renovated bathroom boasts subway tiled walls, a deep soaking tub, and reclaimed wood ceiling. A linen closet sits across from the bathroom. Pre-war details include pristine refinished inlaid parquet floors, period plaster moldings, and unique arched doorways. In this distinctive home, no expense has been spared and no detail has been overlooked.
570 Westminster Road is one of Ditmas Park’s premier pet-friendly pre-war co-ops, offering residents amenities that include a full-time door attendant, a gracious Art Deco lobby, an elevator, a shared landscaped courtyard, communal laundry facilities, storage (waitlist), bike storage, and a live-in super. Set amid glorious Victorian architecture, the building is just steps from the Newkirk B/Q and within a short distance to the attractions of Cortelyou Road. Nearby are Milk & Honey (housed in the building) and Ox Tavern.