$1.4M South Slope condo has a brilliant layout, loads of style, and a private garage
In a picturesque corner building in a laid-back part of south Park Slope just a few blocks from the park, this full-floor condominium at 341 15th Street seems nearly perfect; it even comes with a private parking garage. If you’re into current design trends, flawlessly executed, you’ll want to have a look. Asking $1.395 million, the layout of this pre-war home is not only generous with plenty of closets, but there’s even room for a third bedroom.
Whoever designed this pretty pad had a superb talent for finding the best way to take advantage of the apartment’s unusual corner layout, with rounded bay windows and angled spaces that can stymie a well-intentioned floor plan. Blessed with three sunny exposures, the renovated space has an open layout that’s arranged pinwheel-like around the kitchen, which serves as the central hub of the home. The apartment’s entry leads to an expansive dining area and living room with views over 15th Street and all the way to the Statue of Liberty (this neighborhood has some of the area’s prettiest vistas). If the need arose, there’s room for another bedroom.
A stylishly-designed chefs’ kitchen features lilac marble worktops and backsplash, salvaged wood shelving and Moroccan tile floors. Behind delicate brass-accented white custom cabinetry is a Miele dishwasher and a Liebherr refrigerator; a center island includes an inset Bosch range and oven.
The nearby tiled powder room conceals a washer/dryer–and looks great doing it.
The huge master bedroom boasts an impressively-sized walk-in closet and five windows. A light-filled sitting area tucked into the building’s corner turret makes a perfect reading or meditation nook.
The second bedroom offers custom wall-spanning built-in bookshelves and a large closet. Nearby is an elegantly-designed full bath with marble countertops, Dornbracht fixtures, and some seriously cool Moroccan cement tile.
Windows throughout the apartment are fitted with custom blinds–and the corner spot is sunny enough that you’ll probably need them.
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