The details are to die for at 273 6th Avenue, a three-bedroom Park Slope co-op. Late 19-century architecture abounds, from the pocket doors’ etched glass to the pier mirrors and carved fireplace mantles to the living room’s tin ceiling. Add to this a relatively spacious layout, and the $1,660,000 price tag doesn’t seem so bad.
A study nook off the living area features modern details in addition to its historic qualities, including stained glass.
A dining room alcove is currently in use as an office but could be used for a number of different purposes.
The open-plan kitchen offers plenty of cabinet space as well as stainless steel appliances. A portion of the counter offers enough space to serve as an “impromptu” eating area, as the listing puts it.
In the master bedroom, a decorative fireplace and built-in dresser add charm, and two closets provide envious amounts of storage. A hallway off the living room contains a laundry, two more closets, two full baths, and the other two bedrooms. The building is pet friendly, has more storage in the basement, and has no underlying mortgage.
[Listing: 273 6th Avenue by Wendy Stephenson, Saul Shapiro and David Cobell for Compass]
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Photos courtesy of Compass
Tags : 273 6th Avenue, co-ops
Neighborhoods : Park Slope