This Park Slope co-op at 135 Garfield Place, asking $735,000, will definitely appeal to lovers of exposed brick and rustic chic. It’s been freshly renovated with the latest in attractive materials and calming shades of pale. While the home has plenty of charm and modern conveniences like split-system AC and a top-of-the-line kitchen, the bedroom is only seven feet wide and the only closets are in the apartment’s entryway. A lovely common roof deck looks great for warm weather, and Prospect Park is mere blocks away.
The kitchen plays a starring role, with white shaker cabinets, a subway tile backsplash and quartz countertops beneath nine-foot ceilings. Reclaimed wood open shelving adds a modern farmhouse vibe. The kitchen also offers a paneled dishwasher and refrigerator, a five-burner vented range and an island with seating, storage, and a microwave.
Original brick was exposed throughout this bright and cozy home with solid walnut flooring underfoot. Bay windows flood the space with southern light. In the on-trend, clean-lined bath you’ll find a herringbone Carrara marble floor, a large walk-in shower with a gridded-glass panel, floor-to-ceiling tile, a vessel sink and a linen closet.
The co-op has all-new electric, plumbing and windows, soundproofing, insulation and a split system for heating and cooling.
A furnished common roof deck offers sweeping skyline views. The pet-friendly building offers laundry in the basement along with additional bike storage.
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Photos by Rise Media / courtesy of The Corcoran Group.
Neighborhoods : Park Slope