With a working fireplace and a private roof deck with Manhattan skyline views, this sweet two-bedroom co-op definitely has every season covered. Tucked into the top of a row house at 452 15th Street at the south Park Slope/Windsor Terrace border, asking $999,000, this cozy co-op looks like a great spot to escape hectic city life in an ideal Brooklyn location half a block from Prospect Park.
On the top floor of a pre-war row house packed with details like exposed brick and beams and high ceilings, this two-bedroom home has at least one coveted perk: a working fireplace for cold winter nights.
The warm-weather bonus: A private roof deck is the perfect spot for gardening, grilling, and watching the sun set. Views of New York Harbor, the lower Manhattan skyline and Prospect Park certainly don’t hurt.
A newly-remodeled kitchen is chic and shiny and ready for action. There’s in-unit laundry, and a split AC system keeps the space cool in the summer, with backup heat in winter.
Two quiet bedrooms are at the back of the house. There’s built-in storage space along the hallway, and additional dedicated storage in the basement.
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.