Three outdoor spaces make this Park Slope triplex worth its $2.2M ask
This two-bedroom North Park Slope triplex at 694 Degraw Street has three extremely covetable outdoor spaces–two balconies and one gorgeous, sun-drenched rooftop deck. It also has plenty of indoor charm, with exposed brick walls, a cool library mezzanine, and a red metal staircase. At just under 1,600 square feet, the condo is asking $2,195,000.
The exposed brick adds warmth and character to the entry hall and living area. There is a cool red, metal staircase that leads to the two upper floors. There’s also a pass-through to the kitchen that’s full of attractive storage and has a breakfast bar. This cut-out opens up what would have been an uninspiring galley kitchen. The foyer on the other side of the pass-through can be used as a dining area.
The apartment is bright and light with walls of south-facing, wood-framed French doors out to the balconies.
The generously-sized master bedroom has two more sets of French doors leading out to its own balcony. There is also a handsome workspace nook set off to the side, out of the view of the bed.
A smaller, second bedroom has it’s own set of doors out to the balcony, as well as a wall of windows that wrap around the corner.
Upstairs, there is a library mezzanine for thoughtful contemplation (perhaps of what outdoor space to go to next). The mezzanine overlooks a lofty space that can be used as a bedroom, study or play area.
The wood-decked rooftop is beautifully landscaped with mature trees, including a Japanese maple, and plants in elegant, long planters. There are also built-in seating areas with custom cushions to soak up the rays with the greenery.
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All photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group.