If the charm of Park Slope is calling, you will love coming home to this exquisite parlor floor apartment with triple exposures wrapping the corner of Sterling Place and 6th Avenue - one of Park Slope's most majestic locations. Here modern features meet historical elegance in this very special floor-through with a large private ipe deck, 12-foot-tall ceilings and 9 oversized windows offering picturesque views of tree-lined streets and the stately St. Augustine's Church.
Apartment 2 is a rare offering that boasts an airy and light-filled living space. In addition to the newly refinished deck opening directly off the dining area, you'll also enjoy walnut-stained quarter-sawn wide-plank hardwood oak floors, French doors, original wood trim and moldings, exposed brick, and decorative arched brick fireplaces. There are abundant closets, much built-in storage and other refined finishes throughout.
Just 1 flight up, the loft-like ambience and spacious rooms afford a gracious backdrop for living and entertaining. Relax in the large, sunny living room and host dinner parties in the dining room that can easily seat 8 guests. Prepare meals in style in the open kitchen equipped with full-height custom cabinetry and premium appliances including a Fisher & Paykel fridge and new Bosch dishwasher. After dinner, step out to your wonderful private ipe deck and lounge under the stars with a coffee or cocktail. Or stay indoors and leave the sliding screen door open for a delightful breeze.
The oversized and serene primary bedroom overlooks lush greenery, and the windowed office, which could also serve as a nursery or second sleeping area, faces distinctive brownstone architecture. Both rooms offer double-height closest, one of which is custom.
Built in 1876, 128 6th Avenue is a self-managed, 5-unit pet-friendly co-op with a common roof deck, dedicated basement storage and free onsite laundry facilities (though you're allowed to install a washer-dryer in-unit). The location is ideal, with the B/Q/2/3 and LIRR trains, shops and eateries, 2 farmer's markets, not to mention Grand Army Plaza, the Barclay's Center and Prospect Park a few blocks away. Nursery image is virtually staged.