Park Slope duplex is a perfect townhouse tryout at $4,800/month
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Park Slope duplex is a perfect townhouse tryout at $4,800/month

November 14, 2017

In the heart of lovely, leafy north Park Slope, a block from Prospect Park and surrounded by some of Brooklyn’s priciest historic architecture, this 1,500-square-foot duplex condominium at 502 1st Street is available for rent, asking $4,800 a month. If you’re looking for a townhouse tryout–without all the stress that comes with purchasing an actual townhouse–the two-floor, three-bedroom space is big enough for the whole family. They’ll fit right in here–and two private outdoor spaces provide a closer-to-home alternative to the park.

The apartment is move-in-ready and newly-renovated, with a washer/dryer, central heat and A/C, and a Jacuzzi tub. The top and bottom floors are divided by a spiral staircase. Though no floor plan is provided, we can see that a spacious central living area anchors the lower floor.

The apartment is three flights up, but the fabulous view of the Manhattan skyline from your roof deck makes the hike worthwhile.

A cozy kitchen and a sliver of a bedroom/office look compact and efficient.

Upstairs the home’s two bedrooms are good-sized and sun-filled. Modern skylights and access to the dreamy deck make the master bedroom feel like paradise on Prospect Park.

[Listing: 502 1st Street Apt. 3 by Wassim Fakhereddine for Corcoran Group]

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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.

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