This two-bedroom cooperative, at 401 8th Avenue in Park Slope, is pretty as can be. After last selling in 2011 for $480,000, the pad got a full renovation to make the interior “magazine worthy cool,” as the listing puts it. It’d be hard to argue with that, considering they’ve hung a hammock underneath the living room window, added open wood shelving, and lined the walls with interesting artwork. All the while, original details like moldings and parquet floors were kept. It all makes for an appealing property now on the market for $895,000.
A foyer leads to the open dining and living room, which spans roughly 12 feet by 12 feet. The prewar details have been heightened by the fun, modern design.
A wide doorway separates the living room from the dining room and open kitchen.
The open kitchen was completely overhauled in the renovation, with hanging light fixtures, stainless steel appliances, Caesar Stone countertops and a breakfast bar.
The bathroom got renovated too, with a white-and-black color pattern offset by an original stained glass window.
The south-facing master bedroom gets plenty of sun from two exposures. There’s also a large second bedroom with french doors that open to the living room. It could also be used as a bedroom, office or a second living space.
The co-op, known as the Roosevelt Arms, is a 30-unit prewar building. Perks include a live-in super, bike storage, laundry and storage in the basement. And the biggest perk of all: it’s only one block from Prospect Park!
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Photos by Compass
Tags : 401 8th Avenue
Neighborhoods : Park Slope