Here’s a $995,000 unique two-bedroom pad on coveted 7th Avenue, right near Prospect Park. It’s a second-floor unit in a limestone 1880s Gothic revival townhouse, and it features original details like crown and ceiling moldings, 12-foot ceilings with medallions, hardwoods with walnut inlay, a marble mantel, and those windows. Not to mention, there’s a peaceful private terrace overlooking a garden.
Enter the home through a set of double doors to find a large open main room. Showstopping details in this room include the decorative fireplace in the living area and a west-facing, floor-to-ceiling stained-glass window in the elevated dining area. There’s also a windowed office nook right off this dining room. On the other side of the living area is a newly renovated kitchen, boasting high-end, stainless steel appliances, cherry wood cabinets, granite countertops, and a nice mosaic backsplash.
The large bedroom has a pier mirror and bay windows looking out over the private balcony. The second bedroom is directly off the master, and is probably best suited for a nursery or sitting room. This space has washer and dryer hook ups and direct access to the terrace. The en suite master bathroom has been recently renovated and features a cool soaking tub with glass enclosure.
55 7th Avenue is a pet-friendly building in the heart of North Slope. This is exactly where all the trendy shopping and restaurants are located, and Prospect Park is a short walk away. The building also has basement storage and space for your bike.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group