Prospect Park-facing co-op with pocket doors, built-ins, and bay windows lists for $1.95M

Posted On Tue, September 6, 2022 By

Posted On Tue, September 6, 2022 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

A rare four-bedroom apartment along Brooklyn’s “Gold Coast” in Park Slope is available for under $2,000,000. On the parlor level of a 1908-constructed Beaux Arts Style building at 86 Prospect Park West, the co-op has pre-war details to gush over, like its original parquet floor and moldings, bay windows, and abundance of built-ins. Plus, there’s room to grow, with three bedrooms, a den, two baths, and a formal dining room.

Boasting original moldings, mirrors, and floors, a gracious foyer serves as the home’s entryway and additional storage space. Flooded with sunlight from three bay windows, the living room faces Prospect Park. The cozy front room boasts a wall of built-in shelves, allowing the room to double as a library.

Enviable pocket doors lead to what’s currently a den but could be a windowed home office, fourth bedroom, or one large, adjoined living space.

The kitchen and formal dining room can be found on the other end of the home. The dining room has unique architectural touches, like a coffered ceiling, wainscoting, and a built-in niche with an arched bench and cabinets.

The kitchen may need some upgrades, but its windows brighten up the space and its quirky shelving and backsplash add character. Nearby is a small bathroom with a shower and a washer-dryer.


The bedroom is virtually staged

The bedrooms are sandwiched between the living and dining areas. The primary suite has two closets and access to a recently renovated bathroom, which has a marble vanity and a towel heater.

The building’s location is hard to beat, with Prospect Park across the street and the many restaurants, cafes, and shops of Park Slope’s 7th Avenue just one block away. The pet-friendly co-op also provides additional basement storage and a shared courtyard.

[Listing details: 86 Prospect Park West, #2L by Peter Grazioli of Brown Harris Stevens]

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