Pretty Top-Floor Co-Op With its Own Roof Deck Asks $1.2M in Park Slope

Posted On Tue, June 21, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, June 21, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Park Slope

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.

656 carroll street, park slope, co-op, dining room

656 carroll street, park slope, co-op, dining room

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!

656 carroll street, park slope, co-op, kitchen

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.

656 carroll street, park slope, co-op, bedroom

656 carroll street, park slope, co-op, bedroom

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.

656 carroll street, park slope, co-op, roof deck

656 carroll street, park slope, co-op, roof deck

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.

[Listing: 656 Carroll Street, #4R by Lesley Semmelhack for the Corcoran Group]

[Via CityRealty]

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  • Ashley Daunt

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