In a Brooklyn neighborhood known for its brownstones and Art Deco and pre-war apartments, this one-bedroom co-op offers lots of space and charm for your $799,000. On the top floor of an elevator, doorman building at 235 Lincoln Place just off Grand Army Plaza, it’s a prime example of the neighborhood’s casual elegance.
From an entry foyer that provides enough extra room for a home office nook, French doors lead to the sun-dappled living/dining room with wraparound windows.
A built-in bookshelf adds to the solid pre-war construction–as well as the convenience of ample storage
A bright galley kitchen features granite countertops, pale tile, and cleverly-selected appliances.
There’s a linen closet in the hallway, and the Deco-chic bath is both charming and up-to-date for modern comfort.
The adult-sized bedroom is large with generous closet space. Everywhere you look are pre-war details like refinished hardwood flooring with inlaid borders, arched entries, original moldings, and high ceilings. The pet-friendly building offers basement storage and laundry and a live-in super.
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Images courtesy of Garfield Realty.
Neighborhoods : Park Slope