Forget the brownstones with historic detailing that dominate Park Slope. This apartment, located at the co-op building 302 5th Avenue, is modernly renovated and downright lofty, with double-height ceilings and a raised space above the kitchen. The sleek spiral staircase also adds a contemporary touch. And with two bedrooms, 1,700 square feet over three floors, and a garden, there is plenty of room to spread out. The triplex has just hit the market for $1.5 million.
This apartment is located in the back of the building, which is a six-unit co-op. The main level of the triplex holds the open living and dining rooms, the kitchen and a bathroom. A renovation has completely opened this space up, with double windows that look out onto the unit’s private garden. A modern fireplace (which is wood-burning) is right in the center of it all.
The kitchen has lower ceilings due to the loft above it. It’s outfitted with a new stainless steel fridge and range, lots of storage space and a big pantry closet. The kitchen opens up into the formal dining area, distinguished by a wall of exposed brick.
Take the spiral staircase up from the kitchen and you’re in the apartment’s bonus, mezzanine space. It’s currently used as a guest bedroom, but could also be an office or could be fully enclosed to create a more private sleeping area. Currently, this cozy room looks down upon the living room.
The lower floor, below the living room, holds a media/play room that also has its own wood-burning fireplace and some exposed brick on display.
There are also two bedrooms down here, the second bathroom, and six total closets.
There’s access to the garden both from the lower level and the main floor above it. We love all the landscaping that blooms around the wood deck. Greenery looks good on this modern, lofty apartment!
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Park Slope