This charming pad comes from the top floor of 786 Washington Avenue, a 16-unit prewar co-op in Prospect Heights. Interior details include 11-foot ceilings, exposed brick, and hardwood flooring throughout. But the real perk is exclusive rights to the portion of the roof directly above the apartment, which is currently outfitted with a deck and custom bench seating. This appealing combo of indoor and outdoor space, plus the nice Brooklyn location, is on the market for $625,000.
A living room nook, lined with large windows, has enough space for a small dining room table. Shelving and cabinetry provides extra storage space.
The recently renovated kitchen boasts a dishwasher, butcher block counters and vented exhaust hood.
Being on the top floor has some perks: a skylight in the bedroom lights up the room, while the white washed brick warms the space. The ladder leads up to extra storage situated in a large crawl space above the bathroom.
The private roof deck spans the entire length of the apartment… enough room for multiple seating areas, gardening and barbecuing. Below, landmarks like the Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, Grand Army Plaza and Prospect park are just a few blocks away. The location, interior details, and roof deck make a winning combination… just be sure to check out a few more interior shots within the gallery below.
[786 Washington Avenue, for sale by owner]
- Cute and cozy studio asks under $400K in Prospect Heights
- 12-foot ceilings and a wall of windows at this $1.049M Prospect Heights apartment
- $349K for a kooky studio co-op in Prospect Heights
Photos courtesy of the owner
Tags : 786 Washington Avenue
Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights