Prewar Coop Built 1928 in
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The views never end in this 8th floor corner 1 bedroom 1 bath at 209 Lincoln Place, a full-service pre-war coop in the heart of North Park Slope. There are Manhattan, Brooklyn and East River views from the living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom!
Enter into a large open living and dining space with hardwood floors and picture frame moldings. Ceilings are 9'1' throughout the apartment and it's light-filled and spacious. The corner bedroom with three windows has North and West views as well as a generous walk-in closet.
The kitchen and the bathroom were gut-renovated. The sun-lit large windowed double-galley kitchen has lots of Thomasville real wood (oak) cabinets, a custom bar/pantry unit and a double closet in the entry. There are Caesarstone countertops and a beautiful mosaic backsplash as well as a stunning patterned tile floor. Stainless appliances include Whirlpool dishwasher and LG refrigerator and there is a very large hanging stainless pot rack. Watch the Statue of Liberty and the boats in the Harbor from your kitchen window!
Do you love a perfect soak at the end of the day? The bathroom footprint was expanded to accommodate a luxurious 'Victoria and Albert' silver claw-foot soaking tub. 'Unlike solid stone or cast iron, ENGLISHCAST feels warm to the touch and offers exceptional heat insulation and scratch resistant properties.' Other details include the built-in shelf on the tub wall as well as a free-standing Koehler sink, Toto toilet and a large beveled-edge built-in medicine cabinet with mirror. There's even a generous custom linen cabinet.
209 Lincoln Place is a full-service coop in the very heart of North Park Slope. The lobby is filled with pre-war detail and there is a part-time doorman and a live-in super. There is a common laundry room, private storage and bike storage available for rent. Parking (with a current waitlist) is currently $245 per month. Perfectly located between 7th and 8th Avenues, you are just a few blocks from Prospect Park, all the shops and restaurants on 7th Avenue and the weekly Greenmarket at Grand Army Plaza as well as the main Brooklyn Library and Brooklyn Museum. Perfectly situated close to four major subway lines (the 2/3 and Q/B). Pets are welcome with board approval.
All showings are by appointment only.