Old-world charm meets modern design in this unique, hip Prospect Heights duplex boasting a renovated kitchen, updated bathrooms, high ceilings, and a private sun-filled backyard with spacious deck for entertaining or catching up on Zoom calls.
Enter at the main level where you are greeted by a stylish sparkling kitchen whose stainless steel appliances, tasteful backsplash, ample lighting and clever use of storage set the scene for endless recipe testing.
Whether working from home or appreciating downtime, you will find solace in the bright living room adorned with built-in bookshelves, exposed brick and a decorative fireplace. To the rear is a cozy dining room with French door to the enchanting garden and deck accented by lush greenery, perennials and a lovely dining pergola enhanced with wisteria for shade. The level is completed by a full bath with chic subway tiling, a storage closet and an in-unit washer and dryer.
Make your way to the lower level via spiral staircase where you will find a serene bedroom and family room—which could be converted to a nursery—clad in exposed white brick and wainscoting. Two generous walk-in closets, a half bath and ductless air conditioning finish the floor plan.
Centrally located in Prospect Heights, this 16-unit co-op building features bicycle storage and is pet-friendly. Steps to the 2/3/4/5 and S shuttle. Walk to Prospect Park, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Public Library, and the plentiful restaurants and shops that line Washington, Vanderbilt and Franklin Avenues.
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1.5
- Bike Storage
- Central Air
- Galley Kitchen
- Pied-à-terre Allowed
More about Prospect Heights ▶
More about Prospect Heights ▼
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