We can’t quite pin down a design style for this super-chic Park Slope pad, but its eclectic decor makes it look like an advertisement from an Anthropologie catalog. It’s not staged, though, and the lovely one-bedroom co-op at 416 4th Street can be yours for a very reasonable $599,000. That price tag also offers a wood-burning fireplace in the living room and a private deck overlooking a lush garden.
The sunny living room is highlighted by two large, carved-wood window frames, one of which surrounds the doorway to the private deck. The outdoor space is large enough for a dining table and herb garden, but during colder months, the indoor dining room is right inside and conveniently located just off the kitchen. The living space feels even more spacious thanks to the dining room’s location on a raised platfrom, which also differentiates the room’s functions. Sophisticated dark-stained floors work nicely with the crisp white walls and pops of color and texture in the decor. Laundry is also offered in the unit.
The charming bedroom also has two large windows, as well as more carved moldings. The built-in wardrobe provides plenty of closet space. This apartment is one of only four in the cooperative and is located on a quintessential tree-lined Park Slope street.
Photos via Corcoran Group
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