Here’s a Park Slope rental that comes from a three-story brownstone that’s been converted into three condo apartments. This unit pretty much fits your idea of what a Park Slope apartment should be: it’s located on a charming block with other brownstones, there are lovely interior details, and it’s large enough to fit a family. (This is a neighborhood with a lot of babies.) It’s a duplex with 1,400 square feet, three bedrooms and two bathrooms total. The condo is now on the rental market for $6,500 a month. It looks like condos in this building have been selling for over $1 million for the past few years — this apartment actually closed in 2012 for $1.150 million.
The main floor of the duplex fits a ton of rooms. First, you’ve got the living room with a working fireplace that boasts a marble mantle, three large windows and built-in shelving. That connects to an open kitchen, which has been upgraded, and then a separate dining area. Finally, the master and second bedrooms with two full bathrooms are located on this floor.
Here’s a look at the master bedroom and the second bedroom located on the main floor. That second bedroom sure isn’t big, but it makes up for it in bookshelves!
A spiral staircase takes you from the kitchen up to the second floor of the duplex.
Upstairs, there’s the third bedroom, which also could double as a casual den, a sunroom, or an office space. More big windows in here — not to mention a skylight — bring in nice light.
The sunroom opens out into the private roof deck, which takes up most of the upper floor of the duplex. This is definitely not wasted space — there’s landscaping and patio furniture, even enough room for a BBQ. Best yet, it offers lovely views over the surrounding brownstones in the neighborhood. See, we told you this was the ultimate Park Slope apartment!
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Park Slope