$975K Park Slope co-op feels like a loft with high ceilings and a modern renovation

Posted On Wed, September 4, 2019 By

Posted On Wed, September 4, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing images by Allyson Lubow; courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Located in a former milk factory that was built in 1911 and converted to co-ops in 1989, here’s a rare chance to snag a loft-like apartment in the heart of Park Slope. This two-bedroom at 270 5th Street centers around an expansive living room and features 13-foot ceilings throughout and a newly gut-renovated kitchen. It last sold in 2014 for $805,000 and is now on the market for just under the million mark—$975,000 to be exact.

A wall of built-in bookshelves and a cozy wood-burning corner fireplace set the scene for relaxation in the open living, which spans across nearly 25 feet and includes plenty of room for a dining table. The listing boasts oversized windows with northwest exposures and “treetop views from every room.”

Open to the living area is the kitchen, featuring custom gray-blue cabinetry, a deep farm sink, quartzite counters, a pantry closet, and a mobile island for added convenience.

There are two bedrooms, including a slightly larger master complete with a walk-in closet. The bathroom was also recently upgraded with Carrara marble tiles.

The pet-friendly unit comes with a private storage room and access to the building’s shared laundry room. Washington Park and J.J. Byrne Playground (home to the Old Stone House of Brooklyn) are right across the street, “practically the front yard,” as the listing puts it. The F, G, and R trains are close by.

[Listing: 270 5th Street, Apt. 3B by Jessica Buchman, Bryan Rettaliata, and Kristin Miller of The Corcoran Group]

[At CityRealty]


Listing images by Allyson Lubow; courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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