This top-floor one-bedroom at 781 Union Street in prime north Park Slope may be a walk-up but its aspirations transcend the pedestrian. Perched atop a townhouse co-op, the light-filled apartment has seen a recent renovation within its pre-war pedigree and offers options and plenty of living space.
Queen-sized living and sleeping spaces, original wide plank pine floors and high ceilings impart a tranquil air and provide modern comfort.
A bright, spacious eat-in kitchen features a pretty painted wood floor, shiny new appliances and lots of windows with views.
We’re assuming the sleeping area could be closed off for more privacy or left open for a loft-like flow between rooms. The mortgage-free co-op offers a very low monthly maintenance fee, and the building offers storage lockers, bike storage and a central laundry room.
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Images courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Park Slope