This very well thought out, bright and light, architect-designed Prospect Heights co-op has amazing outdoor spaces with a private 350-square-foot roof deck surrounded by a common living green roof. The one-bedroom plus sleeping loft at 430 Sterling Place also boasts high ceilings, exposed white brick walls, and a ton of built-in storage, all for $799,000.
The design team made use of every possible inch in the 750-square-foot apartment. Cleverly designed custom white oak built-in in the entrance foyer is great for storage and also offers a separation of space for the entry.
The under-window cabinetry runs 23 feet with a “ribbon” of custom white oak millwork and integrates a built-in couch, which is removable, with hidden storage underneath. There is also a built-in Blomberg fridge discreetly tucked away under the stairs that lead to the roof deck next to a large pantry and two enormous closets. The built-in home office with floating shelves offers even more storage space.
The open kitchen has black cabinetry with brass pulls, a new range, a dishwasher, a washer/dryer hook-up, and features butcher block and tile countertops. There is a dining area is easily created between the kitchen and living room.
The quiet and sunny bedroom has two large south-facing windows, exposed beams, custom closets and a bookshelf/ladder leading up to a flexible space for sleeping or additional storage.
The large private roof deck has exclusive roof rights, perfect for dining, lounging, and gardening with views of the Manhattan skyline. There is also a common roof area.
The common, green living roof was designed by KaN Landscape Design. It’s not only beautiful but it’s eco-friendly and energy efficient as it serves as natural insulation and noise buffer.
430 Sterling Place is a pre-war co-op building in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights neighborhood built in 1910 and converted in 1984. Located between Underhill and Washington Avenues, the four-story walk-up building has 16 units total.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights