This two-flight walk-up at 521 Dean Street in a prime spot in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights is ready for living, unless you want more space. Then the charming one-bedroom can easily become a two-bedroom with a new wall (its original configuration). Otherwise, the designer-renovated floor-through, asking $775,000, has plenty of sun, a wood-burning fireplace, exposed brick, and a subtle, cozy Scandinavian design.
The clean, white kitchen has well-designed built-in cabinets, a dishwasher and a breakfast bar.
There’s room for a dining table in a sunny nook and plenty of space for lounging. Recessed lighting sets a clean backdrop and there’s space for designer lighting for layering.
A king-sized bedroom offers closet space–and park views. A sweet custom-designed bath has a deep tub, tranquil blue floor tiles, and supercute cactus wallpaper. There’s also a second half-bath just down the hall.
Though the unit is currently configured as a one-bedroom, it’s ready to grow a second bedroom as per the original plan (see floor plans in the gallery below). There’s also a washer-dryer in the apartment.
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Images courtesy of Compass.
Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights