Views from this charming top-floor Windsor Terrace co-op might just be worth the walk up–and $700K
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Views from this charming top-floor Windsor Terrace co-op might just be worth the walk up–and $700K

January 3, 2018

With an elegant old-New York name to match the pre-war apartments within, the Algonquin at 175 Prospect Park SW occupies a fortunate spot across from the park in Windsor Terrace. This bright two-bedroom co-op offers the kind of sunset views and sunny mornings you get from being on the top floor, though unfortunately there’s no elevator to get there.

There’s plenty of pre-war charm in the form of ten-foot ceilings, warm wood floors, crown molding and French doors. A spacious, windowed kitchen offers a dishwasher and plenty of storage; a pass-through to the dining and living area provides an open and airy feel.

The building has strong financials, a full-time super, and a beautifully landscaped courtyard and community garden just off the Art Deco lobby; Prospect Park is just across the street.

A flexible layout gives you options and the privacy of having bedrooms on opposite sides of the home. An additional 36-square-foot secured storage cage in the basement is included with the unit.  Stroller parking is available in the lobby, and laundry and free bike storage are available in the basement.

[Listing: 175 Prospect Park Southwest Unit 4F by Abby Palanca for Compass]

[At CityRealty]


Images courtesy of Compass

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