Fiske Place is a quiet, single-block of Park Slope between Carroll Street and Garfield Place, one block to Prospect Park. Inside this brick building at 19 Fiske Place is a one-bedroom co-op that’s just hit the market for $589,000. If you don’t mind a two-flight walkup, the apartment is bright and stylish, with a renovated kitchen and corner bedroom that overlooks the building’s garden. The last recorded sale for the space was in 2005 for $349,000.
You’re greeted by the open living and dining room. With high ceilings, wood floors and moldings it is an appealing blank space; the current owners have decked it out with modern furniture with wood and leather accents.
The recently renovated, windowed kitchen got extra cabinet space, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher and microwave. The breakfast bar set against the wall provides a little extra seating and storage.
Building residents share a landscaped common roof deck with views across the city and harbor. There’s also a shared patio on the first floor.
The floorplan shows you the common outdoor space, both above and below the apartment. And out on the charming little stretch of Fiske Place, you’re just a block from Prospect Park and the main drag of Seventh Avenue.
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Photos courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Park Slope