This Park Slope co-op at 348 12th Street, is by no means small–in fact, it has three bedrooms, which is sprawling when you compare it to most other Brooklyn co-op apartments. But there’s still something about it that feels cozy, homey, and just downright cute. This unit is also located in a modest eight-unit brick building that’s quite charming, in one of the loveliest areas of Park Slope. So how much for all this Brooklyn charm? It is now on the market for $1.175 million.
The unit isn’t completely historic or completely modern–it sits somewhere in between. Regardless, the interior details are quite nice, with a tiled wood-burning fireplace, wood floors, high ceilings and built-in storage. The white walls and cabinets also make the living/dining/kitchen space feel open and bright.
As you can see, the unit comes with an entirely open living room, dining room, and kitchen. (That’s probably where we are picking up on that cozy vibe!) It’s not a layout for everyone, but it looks like the current design tries to maximize the space as much as possible.
And here is one of the bedrooms, as well as another bedroom that’s been converted to office space. A three-bedroom co-op is a total luxury in New York, so that may be what nails down a high price for this unit.
The listing calls this a “large private garden terrace” –we’d have to disagree on it being large. Because this unit is on the ground floor, the extra outdoor space is probably a perk of only a few units in the building. But if this space isn’t cutting it, at least you’ve got Prospect Park only a few blocks away!
[Via City Realty]
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Park Slope