Park Slope is known for its pretty real estate, and this top-floor co-op at 656 Carroll Street is no exception. Decked out with a wood-burning fireplace, arched doorways, exposed brick and stained glass, this is a one-of-a-kind interior that matches the historic vibe in the rest of the neighborhood. And it’s all topped by a private roof deck offering 360-degree views of Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline.
The entrance opens right into the combined living and dining room with its wood-burning fireplace. You get light from two large windows at the front of the living room, but this space is also lit by a skylight–which can be electronically opened–above. Perks of being on the top floor!
Arched entryways abound in this apartment, adding a graceful touch to the interior. This one, which even has stained glass detailing, leads to the kitchen. The kitchen comes with granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, a dishwasher, spacious pantry and plenty of cabinet space.
A long hallway leads to two bedrooms on the other side of the apartment. The master was designed for someone with an impressive wardrobe, as it boasts 10 feet of custom-made closet space.
The private roof deck was recently renovated and adds a nice amount of extra space to the apartment, which already has 1,000 interior square feet. From those lounge chairs, you’re getting views of tree-lined, quiet Carroll Street below, Prospect Park just to the east, and the skylines of Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Park Slope