This quintessentially lovely Park Slope apartment on the parlor floor of a gorgeous historic townhouse at 369 Sixth Avenue is available for sublet without co-op board approval, which may just set the stage for the easy life in this sunny Brooklyn home. An in-unit washer-dryer, a nice big bay window, a recent renovation and a tree-lined street add to the idyllic picture.
Once you’ve reached the parlor floor, you’ll find high ceilings, inlaid oak floors, built-ins and closets galore. That bay window in the living room includes a window seat for reading, chatting or dreaming.
The open kitchen overlooks the home’s dining area, which can hold quite a few friends and family.
The apartment’s two rear bedrooms are spacious and pin-drop quiet, and there are two full baths for added convenience. The third bedroom–probably better used as an office at under six feet wide–looks out on the neighborhood’s historic neighboring townhouses.
The building has only four units and offers basement bike storage.
- For $1.8M this pint-sized Park Slope townhouse sets the standard for renovated rustic chic
- Parlor floor of an 1800s Park Slope brownstone is now a $1.5M two-bedroom co-op
- $589K co-op is nestled on the charming single block of Fiske Place in Park Slope
- $1.095M duplex in a Park Slope brownstone boasts intricate stained glass and inlaid wood floors
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Neighborhoods : Park Slope