Prime Park Slope duplex with a lovely private garden asks $6,500/month

Posted On Tue, November 12, 2019 By

Posted On Tue, November 12, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing images courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Right around the corner from Park Slope’s bustling 5th Avenue, this two-bedroom duplex at 695 Degraw Street is convenient, cozy, and comes with a private, well-maintained garden. Located in a three-unit building dating back to 1899, the home still has some of its classic pre-war details alongside all of the modern conveniences that are on your list: central AC, a laundry room, and more. For the asking rent of $6,500 a month, the apartment can come partially furnished or vacant.

The entrance brings you right into the living room, featuring south-facing bay windows, a painted brick accent wall, and wide plank oak floors. The living room is open to a large kitchen centered around a two-tiered island and outfitted with “high end” appliances, including a dishwasher and wine cooler.

A hallway with exposed beams leads from the kitchen to the bedrooms in the back of the apartment. The master bedroom has two closets, an en-suite bathroom, and a built-in entertainment system. Next to it, the second bedroom gets a little graphic pop with pineapple-themed wallpaper framing the garden views below.

Downstairs is an open rec room that benefits from natural light and could easily be adapted for a number of uses, even adding a third bedroom, as the listing mentions. From here you can access the 720-square-foot garden, which comes with a separate Teak deck in the back. This level also has several extra closets and a small laundry room.

[Listing: 695 Degraw Street, Apt. 1 by Kelly Neinast and Kristin Neinast of The Corcoran Group]

[At CityRealty]


Listing images courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Park Slope



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