Well-known food columnist lists classic co-op on Grand Army Plaza for $850K

Posted On Fri, December 4, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, December 4, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

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Wall Street Journal food columnist Kitty Greenwald has put her Park Slope co-op on the market for $850,000. Located at 1 Plaza Street West, just across from Grand Army Plaza, the charming one-bedroom is a corner unit on the 11th floor with lots of windows and, of course, a fully outfitted and renovated kitchen.

The galley kitchen is directly off the entry foyer, where there’s a convenient coat closet. It boasts Bertazzoni and Bosch appliances, honed Carrera marble counters, tons of storage, a coffee grotto, and a cozy window seat with a cabinet beneath. According to the listing, Greenwald “planned every aspect of the meticulous restoration, with subtle additions for storage, custom lighting, and more.”

The open living/dining room gets lots of natural light and has views of Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, New York Harbor, and Brownstone Brooklyn.

Down a short hallway is the updated bathroom and another closet.

The corner bedrooms gets amazing light with even more beautiful views.

Just outside the door of the building is the Grand Army Plaza 2/3 train station. The co-op was designed in 1928 by famous architect Rosario Candela. It has a live-in super, doorman, laundry room, bike storage, and is pet-friendly.

[Listing details: 1 Plaza Street West, #11B at CityRealty]

[At Brown Harris Stevens by Joan Goldberg]


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