Listing images by Al Seidman for Corcoran
The layout of this two-room residence may be straightforward, but rustic details—exposed brick, a barn door that is both decorative and functional, and bamboo floors—and industrial-inspired accents give this Park Slope co-op at 411 15th Street plenty of character and a cozy vibe. Asking $539,000, it’s on the market for the first time in 10 years, after previously selling in 2009 for $285,000.
A full wall of exposed brick runs the length of the apartment and brings texture into every room. The open living, dining, and kitchen area has eastern exposures and the floors throughout the apartment are wide-plank, dark bamboo. The kitchen, though tiny, packs a lot of convenience—it even includes a space-saving dual washer/dryer. Featuring white cabinets and a subway tile backsplash with dark grout for an extra punch (you’ll see this again in the bathroom). A mix of industrial-style chandeliers and pendant lights bring a modern feel to the home.
A barn door leads you into the bedroom, which features a large closet and three windows. For additional storage space, the unit comes with a private storage area in the basement.
The windowed bathroom is back by the entrance and has recently been renovated. You’ll find the same white tiles that are in the kitchen, complemented by matte black fixtures.
All residents have access to the building’s common garden with table, chairs and chaise lounges.
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Listing images by Al Seidman; courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Tags : 411 15th Street
Neighborhoods : Park Slope