All photos courtesy of Russ Ross for The Corcoran Group
This Park Slope co-op is what real estate dreams are made of. Located on the third floor of a 120-year-old building a block from Prospect Park, this updated three-bedroom at 259 Garfield Place offers the best of Brooklyn living. Asking $1,750,000, the home is where gorgeous parquet hardwood floors and original woodwork meet a modern kitchen and renovated bathroom.
Framed by lovely wood trim, the windows bring in an abundance of natural light to the spacious living room. Measuring 25 feet long, the bright room offers plenty of potential configurations.
Ideal for gatherings, the formal dining room can be found down the hallway, which has several closets. A decorative fireplace adds a comforting vibe.
Just off the dining room is a small but efficient kitchen, which has been recently renovated. The mix of quartzite and walnut butcher block countertops, along with the handmade tiled backsplash and floating shelves, create a unique space for any chef. Other plusses include a GE Profile French door refrigerator and a fully-integrated Bosch dishwasher.
There are two decently-sized bedrooms next to the living space and a third bedroom off the dining room. With a window and en-suite half-bath, these small quarters could also make for a great guest room, playroom, office, or home gym.
Although the apartment has just one full bathroom, the room has been given modern upgrades, including marble walls and flooring. The ultimate convenience for city dwellers, a washer-dryer can be found in the bathroom.
The co-op at 253-259 Garfield Place was constructed in 1904 and contains 17 units. Amenities include a shared roof deck, private storage, and a bike room. The building sits in a prime Park Slope location, with the park a block to the west and the abundance of restaurants, shops, and cafes that dot the neighborhood’s 7th Avenue a block to the east.
[Listing details: 259 Garfield Place #3L at CityRealty]
[At The Corcoran Group by Charlie Pigott and Jackie Torren]
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Photos courtesy of Russ Ross for The Corcoran Group
Tags : 259 Garfield Place
Neighborhoods : Park Slope