Photo courtesy of The Corcoran Group
With the right apartment, every time you come home can feel like getting a fresh perspective on life. Staying organized can help, and for $749,000, this bright, light-filled co-op at 382 Prospect Place comes with the infrastructure required to put everything in its place. Walls are lined with attractive built-in shelving, ready to display your books, art, handmade tableware, and quirky collectibles.
This well-maintained, third-floor co-op on a leafy Prospect Heights block has been renovated with efficiency as well as visual impact in mind. The living room is given a sleek, modern look with custom Vitsoe shelving, ready to customize even more with your book collection. Treetop views outside the living room windows add to the pretty picture.
A chic stainless steel kitchen offers quartz countertops, a ceiling fan, and contemporary light fixtures. In this room, the shelving is Brooklyn Reclaimed wood, adding both storage space and style.
The primary bedroom is spacious, with those treetop views. Both bedrooms offer large closets, and plenty of light in every room makes this a plant-friendly pad.
The pre-war co-op building offers free bike storage, private storage, a laundry room, a lobby-level stroller depot, and a voice intercom system. A finished roof deck with amazing neighborhood and city views is ready for spring and summer gatherings.
[Listing info: 382 Prospect Place, #19 at CityRealty]
[Listed at The Corcoran Group by Laura Hess and Lance Hess]
- $340K Prospect Heights studio fits plenty of style and storage into its 300 square feet
- $775K Scandi-styled Prospect Heights co-op is move-in ready and expandable
- Sunny co-op with lots of exposed brick asks $510K in Prospect Heights
- $660K pretty Prospect Heights co-op is on the 21st-best block in NYC
Photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group
Tags : 382 Prospect Place, co-ops
Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights