This interestingly shaped Prospect Heights co-op at 296 Sterling Place came on the market back in January for $1.8 million. It’s now been re-listed, and though the price hasn’t changed, it’s gotten quite the interior overhaul, going from kitschy country to elegantly modern. Thanks to its location in a Flatiron-shaped building, the pre-war loft has open views on all three sides through eight picture windows, as well as 13-foot beamed ceilings, original hardwood floors, and exposed brick.
The exposed brick wall at the tip of the triangular layout not only adds visual interest, but creates a natural sitting area. The choice of retro-modern furniture works nicely with the classic bones of the space.
The open concept provides separate zones for a living room, dining room, and kitchen, perfect for entertaining. The kitchen mixes industrial (stainless steel appliances and countertops and the red cast iron column) and traditional (light wood cabinets and the stained glass window above the door) details.
The king-sized master bedroom has two large closets and a full wall of exposed brick, here also forming arches above the rustic, wood-framed windows.
There are two additional bedrooms, one of which is on the smaller side and is currently configured as a home office. The bedrooms share a lovely bathroom, complete with a clawfoot tub and wainscoting. There’s also another half bath (off the kitchen) and an in-unit washer/dryer.
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Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights