For just under $1 million, this two-bedroom condominium at 307 7th Street in Park Slope is a modern and comfortable home on the third floor of a classic prewar Brooklyn building. Built-ins, brick and a wood-burning fireplace join split-system zoned A/C, a thoroughly updated custom kitchen and two baths in a prime Center Slope spot steps from Fifth Avenue.
An open living and dining area makes the best use of space and light, offering a generous entertaining space. A brick-clad wood-burning fireplace anchors the living space with literal and visual warmth.
A custom kitchen features has a clean white tile backsplash and contrasting black granite countertops plus a Liebherr refrigerator, Bertazzoni range, and a deep sink.
Split bedroom design allows for privacy while giving both bedrooms plenty of daytime light. The master bath gets a big soaking tub and the guest bath has a convenient walk-in shower, both finished with marble tile.
Split-system air conditioning and a washer and vented dryer add the luxury of convenience. Once you step outside, convenience is definitely in evidence, with shopping, dining and cafes on Fifth Avenue, Whole Foods Market, Washington Park, Prospect Park and plenty of transportation options within blocks.
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Tags : 307 7th Street
Neighborhoods : Park Slope