6sqft covered celeb mom/lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow’s infamous $14 million Tribeca loft with its luxurious lounge vibe and what she calls “fuzzy nap zones.” Here in–arguably just as desirable–Prospect Heights, this surprisingly flexible two-plus-bedroom co-op at 130 Prospect Place is sun-filled and laid back, with plush chill-out zones of its own for a much less one percent-y price of $887,000. With 1,165 square feet of space, a brand new roof deck, and Prospect Park a few blocks away, this laid-back lair looks to be quite a catch.
While there are always trade-offs (such as being on the third floor in a walk-up, though there’s stroller and bike storage), this spacious home has a lot going for it. The sun-filled living room and open kitchen have all the necessaries, though you could certainly create your own dream kitchen in the space.
A separate den off the living room could be opened up for more living and dining space, or kept as an office/guest room/small bedroom. The apartment has a full bath and a powder room; the former has been renovated with modern fixtures and exposed brick.
While there are two sunny bedrooms with garden views. A “huge” albeit narrow bonus room is yet another perfect space for a nap, but could be used as a giant dream closet, office or nursery–or be opened for more bedroom space. High ceilings make the apartment’s narrower rooms feel spacious.
The co-op is in a turn-of-the-century brownstone on a leafy and historic Prospect Heights block, within a few blocks of Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, and the 2/3/B / Q subways. The building offers laundry and the aforementioned bike and stroller parking, and a new roof deck awaits for enjoying Brooklyn sunsets.
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Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights