$1.1M Park Slope co-op with a private terrace charms inside and out
Listing images by VHT
Just one block away from Prospect Park, this sunny two-bedroom co-op at 50 7th Avenue in Park Slope comes with a terrace that “allows you to enjoy a vast outdoor space without the compromises of a garden level unit,” as the listing notes. The apartment charms on the inside as well, where high ceilings, exposed brick, hardwood floors, and other pre-war details bring warmth and character, while a recent renovation adds modern comfort. The unit is now listed for $1.1 million.
A wood-burning fireplace anchors the living room, which flows into the dining area. Inlaid hardwood floors, original moldings and a built-in bookcase in the dining room add pre-war charm.
A fully renovated kitchen is partially open to the living room and boasts white cabinetry, black countertops, a window with a tree-lined view, and a suite of Samsung appliances.
Glass doors in the living room open out onto a west-facing terrace that stretches out over 35 feet. A pergola, built-in seating, and a custom lighting system come together to create a perfect outdoor space for entertaining or relaxing.
The peaceful master bedroom gets eastern light from two large windows and there are more original pre-war details to be found here. Japanese-inspired sliding doors hide a sizeable closet and a washer and dryer set which is tucked away in the corner of the room. There’s also a second bedroom and a fully renovated bathroom with limestone tiles.
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Listing images by VHT; courtesy of Corcoran