This two-bedroom apartment comes with a few nice perks: a private landscaped garden as well as a finished, 350-square-foot basement. It’s located on the first floor and lower level of 456 15th Street, a brick cooperative in Park Slope. The last recorded sale was in 2008 for $845,000, now it has hit the market post renovation with a $1.295 million price tag. The interior is now sleek and modernized, offset with exposed wooden beams and original brick details in the lower level bonus space. The custom-designed backyard was totally decked out to match the modern interior of the apartment.
The entrance brings you right into the open living and dining area. Two large front windows have charming views of the leafy, residential street.
The living space flows back into an open, updated kitchen. It was renovated with a subway tile backsplash, quartz countertops, Bosch appliances and customized wood shelves.
Moving to the rear of the apartment, there are two quiet bedrooms. The master has its own bathroom, as well as direct access into the private outdoor space.
A spiral staircase leads to the 350-square-foot cellar, which has plenty of design quirks. Decorated with exposed wooden beams, finished concrete floors, and exposed brick, the space could hold anything from an office to a playroom. There’s also a bar with a sink and mini-fridge, and a washer/dryer unit.
Of course, the icing on the cake to this bonus space is the direct access it provides to the private patio. It was designed with a modern cedar fence, bluestone pavers, custom steel railings, outdoor lighting and a custom, barn-style sliding door to provide privacy from the adjacent yard.
Residents of the building also have access to a furnished rooftop deck and Prospect Park is only a half block away. Seems like the perfect apartment to move into this summer–be sure to check out a few more images, and a floorplan, in the gallery below.
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Photos courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Park Slope