Relax and entertain alongside southern sunlight in the expansive living/dining area featuring hardwood floors and ultra-tall ceilings. Sleek cabinetry, stone counters and a tile backsplash surround stainless steel appliances in the pass-through kitchen. More large windows cast lovely light into the spacious king-size bedroom where a huge walk-in closet with built-ins accommodates wardrobe and accessories. The en suite white-on-white windowed bathroom boasts a large tub/shower and modern fixtures, and two more closets ensure storage will never be a concern in this pristine Brooklyn home.
Built in 1923, 225 Lincoln Place is a handsome brick apartment house in the Federal style. Today, the beautifully maintained elevator building offers a live-in superintendent, central laundry, bike storage and a charming courtyard garden. Gifting, pieds--terre and cats permitted. Sorry, no dogs.
Located on a quintessential tree-lined block in the Park Slope Historic District, this home is surrounded by some of the best Brooklyn architecture and attractions. Cherished Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza unfold just minutes away with Brooklyn Public Library, Museum and Botanic Gardens across the park. Foodies will delight in the proximity to the Park Slope Food Coop and Fifth Avenue's restaurant row, and access to transportation is superb with 2/3, B and Q trains nearby.
Building Features 6 Floors56 Units
Last Asking: Oct 20, 2020
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $907
Exclusively listed with: Compass
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