This Prospect Heights co-op at 296 Sterling Place has the unusual blessing of having views on all three sides through oversized windows and all-day sunlight due to the building’s Flatiron resemblance. Inside, the top-floor pre-war loft has beamed ceilings that reach almost 13 feet, original hardwood floors and exposed brick. Listed back in 2016 for $1.8 million, the three-bedroom home is back on the market for the same price, albeit with new kitchen and bath details.
According to the new listing, every inch of this loftlike space has recently been reimagined and renovated, keeping its unique character in mind. Details include glass doorknobs, chandeliers, exposed brick, five-inch-wide oak plank floors, decorative radiator covers, a Bosch washer/dryer, multi-zone AC and tons of storage.
The unusual wedge-shaped living area provides gives you plenty of space to organize into entertaining and living zones. It includes an open kitchen with a large island, custom of-the-minute grey cabinetry, quartz countertops, high-end appliances, a microwave drawer and a chic white refrigerator. Stunning design details include stone flooring and brass fixtures throughout.
A spacious master bedroom gets massive closets. A windowed en suite bath boasts brass fixtures, a marble pedestal sink, porcelain tiling, a Toto toilet, and an original clawfoot tub.
Two additional bedrooms are equally charming and colorful; a guest bath also has brass fixtures along with herringbone marble floor tiles and striking penny and subway tiles lining the walls.
The Sterling Arms co-op building is steps from Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Brooklyn Library, and the weekend Farmers Market at Grand Army Plaza. The nearby Vanderbilt Avenue shopping strip is one of Brooklyn’s favorite restaurant destinations.
Images courtesy of compass; interior photos by Donna Dotan
Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights