Handsome Park Slope co-op asks $750K with super-low maintenance

Posted On Wed, October 6, 2021 By

Posted On Wed, October 6, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

This lovely Park Slope co-op is certainly handsome, but it avoids being overly austere and maintains its delicate, pre-war lightness. Located in a brownstone at 135 Garfield Place, the one-bedroom home is filled with wood details old and new, including an original fireplace mantel, pocket shutters, and moldings, as well as new built-in cherry bookshelves. It’s asking $750,000 with monthly maintenance of $443.

In addition to all the wood details mentioned above, the apartment has reclaimed antique heart pine floors, a wood-burning fireplace, and a triple-window bay. Off the entry foyer, there is a double-wide and double-deep front closet with custom wood-framed mirrored doors. This is all beautifully complemented by pewter gray walls, alabaster white ceilings, and cove moldings.

The kitchen has been planned to optimize its U-shaped layout, complete with ceiling-high cabinets, under-counter Sub-Zero fridge and freezer drawers, a Wolf stove, pantry closet, and an extra deep sink. Light grey cabinets complement the overall color scheme, while white subway tiles with black grout keep things modern.

The bedroom is off the living room. It can fit a queen-sized bed, night table, and armoire, and it has another south-facing window (note there’s no closet in the room).

Finally, the windowed bathroom is off the foyer and has a convenient linen closet within. It’s been renovated in a modern classic style, with a classic black and white tiled floor, pedestal sink, and a clean white subway tile wall.

Not only is this home asking well under $1 million, but the monthly maintenance is just $443. The building is pet-friendly and offers laundry and bike storage in the basement and a common roof deck. It’s located just off Fifth Avenue, which is lined with restaurants like Calexico, al di la, and Negril. Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza are four avenues over, and the R train at Union Street is only a couple blocks.

[Listing details: 135 Garfield Place, 4F at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Judith Lief]


Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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