Photo by Allyson Lubow for the Corcoran Group
If you’re dreaming of a Park Slope brownstone but don’t have the required millions to spend, this one-bedroom co-op at 420 4th Street just a few blocks from Prospect Park asking $749,000 might be the answer. The parlor-floor home has 11-foot ceilings, pocket doors, stained-glass transom windows, a working wood-burning fireplace and even a private deck set in the neighborhood’s verdant collection of back gardens.
A modern kitchen has on-trend cadet blue cabinetry and sleek appliances. The space is framed nicely by the home’s classic wood trim and doors.
Turn-of-the century details add magic to useful architectural perks like an office space tucked beneath the stairs and a reading nook/window seat.
Off the large, tranquil master bedroom, a south-facing private deck offers plenty of space for dining, sunbathing and gardening.
The large and lovely brownstone building has a grand front entrance and offers private locked storage in the basement.
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Photos by Allyson Lubow for the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Park Slope