For $1.2 million, get a huge, private backyard in Park Slope with an additional 900 square foot co-op attached. This two-bedroom unit at 134 Lincoln Place, just two blocks from Grand Army Plaza, has 530 square feet of sun-drenched outdoor space with enough space for a full-size dining table, lounge chairs, and a barbecue. The inside is equally charming, blending old and new details with a cool built-in dining nook perfect for when the party moves inside.
The main entrance off the street is through a private entry into a foyer with enough closet space for coats, linens, and other storage. The open plan living/dining room features two bay windows overlooking Lincoln Place and a mantled wood burning fireplace. The home has eight-foot ceilings, hardwood oak floors, baseboard and crown moldings, and a ton of natural light with both south- and north-facing windows.
The charming dining nook has a built-in banquette with storage underneath. The dining area is connected to the living room but conveniently designed as a separate space with a pass-through from the kitchen.
The chef’s kitchen is equipped with Danby thick marble countertops, a hand-painted Moroccan tile backsplash, custom walnut cabinetry, a Sub-Zero glass refrigerator, a commercial grade Viking Professional range stove top and oven, Miele under cabinet range hood, and a built-in water filtration system.
The master bedroom has large windows looking out on the private garden.
The second bedroom has access to the private outdoor garden.
The unit also has a vented full-sized washer/dryer, Honeywell heating & cooling system, in-wall Definitive Technology surround sound speaker wiring system with a second zone in the yard, ample closet space (all fully outfitted), and additional private storage in the basement.
Large trees and landscaped lush surroundings provide shade and added peace and quiet to this already serene outdoor space.
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All photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Park Slope