A Park Slope Historic District two-bedroom co-op apartment on a quintessential tree-lined street for under $1 million? Yup. Renovated in 2015, the $925,000 home at 105 Park Place blends modern amenities with historic features such as original wood shutters, pine wood floors, and a wood burning fireplace with a carved marble mantle. Plus, with a southern exposure, this top floor residence is filled with natural light year-round–hence the current owners’ plethora of plants.
The living area is large enough to hold seating and dining areas and is accented by three street-facing windows and an exposed brick wall.
On the renovated, modern side, the kitchen features a stainless steel Bertazzoni stove, dishwasher, Carrara marble countertops, vintage Schoolhouse electric fixtures, and Farrow and Ball paint.
Through the galley kitchen are the two bedrooms.
The remodeled bright, airy bathroom has a skylight and built-in storage. In addition, there is a new in-unit energy efficient washer/dryer.
In this intimate boutique co-op, this unit holds one-third ownership of the roof with views of lower Manhattan. The building also offers extra storage and bike storage under the stoop. The brownstone facade was completely redone in 2015.
This home sits on a quiet, tree-lined street that has been a part of a number of film shoots, most recently Rober DeNiro and Anne Hathaway’s “The Intern.” It is a short walk from Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center’s nine subway lines and the LIRR. And it’s also close to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Union Hall. The unit was last sold in 2013, pre-renovation, for $685,000.
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Neighborhoods : Park Slope