In a Brooklyn neighborhood known for its brownstones and Art Deco and pre-war apartments, this one-bedroom co-op offers lots of space and charm for your $799,000. On the top floor of an elevator, doorman building at 235 Lincoln Place just off Grand Army Plaza, it’s a prime example of the neighborhood’s casual elegance.
235 Lincoln Place
235 Lincoln Place, Apt. 2C (l), 20 Plaza Street East, Apt. D10 (r).
Just north and west of Grand Army Plaza and the green expanse of Prospect Park, the heavenly slice of brownstone Brooklyn where Prospect Heights meets Park Slope is considered one of the best spots in the borough–possibly the city–to live. Its streets offer some of the area’s loveliest historic townhouses and some of Brooklyn’s most gracious prewar apartment buildings, home to notables from Sen. Charles Schumer to Chloë Sevigny.
Near an alphabet soup of subway lines and every amenity you could imagine–from the Brooklyn Museum to Barclays Center–these two classic prewar co-ops claim this prime location, sought-after full-service buildings and pretty Deco-era bones. The first also offers the spacious layout sought by co-op buyers, and at $1.4 million for a large three-bedroom, there’s plenty of room to roam. And though a diminutive studio is best for one (or two who like to be very close) this particular version, asking a double-take-prompting $350k, is on a high floor in one of the area’s loveliest buildings and has the same look–minus a few hundred square feet–as its more spacious sibling.