This 1,100-square-foot co-op apartment within a completely charming historic Park Slope brownstone at 357 6th Avenue has two bedrooms and an office, plenty of light, and a laundry room to keep things sparkling. It’s a three-flight ascent, but once you’re inside you won’t find too much to complain about. It’s asking $1.395 million.
With plenty of sunlight and treetop views, the full-floor home offers a large living area comprised of a skylit kitchen, spacious dining area, and living room with a working fireplace.
The kitchen is separated from the main living space by an island that’s topped with an impressive slab of glowing white honed stone. Just off the living room is a windowed office which could be put to use as a small third bedroom without losing any of the home’s open living space. Original historic details include a mantelpiece, archway, and the 10-foot ceilings that make these rooms seem so open and gracious.
Two light-filled bedrooms are in the back of the apartment where it’s quietest; the larger of the two features a clean, white-painted brick wall, a decorative slate mantle and a good-sized closet. The second bedroom is small but functional and, sadly, lacks a closet.
However, the apartment’s hallway offers a walk-in pantry that not only features a washer and dryer but plenty of storage space. Next to the laundry room is a suitably sparkling renovated bath.
The pet-friendly building also offers storage and bike space in the basement, and–this being Park Slope, of course–stroller storage on the ground floor. More fresh air: The co-op’s monthly maintenance fee is a low $750.
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.
Neighborhoods : Park Slope