Around the corner from the Brooklyn Museum, right off Washington Avenue is a three bed, two bath light filled apartment filled with charm and space. Step inside the entry foyer which leads to the kitchen and open living/dining area framed by three oversize windows looking over the interior courtyard. The galley kitchen features a large Caesarstone counter which turns into a cozy island with cabinetry and a wine rack underneath. There is a suite of stainless steel appliances including a Bosch dishwasher. Turn the corner and there are two more bedrooms, one being the Master Suite with windows framing the treetops of Lincoln Place. The master bath has marble countertops and porcelain tile with double sinks as well as a separate walk-in closet. The third bedroom is currently used as a home office, complete with two custom ELFA office desk systems. There is a generous amount of closet space and tons of storage throughout the home. A new HVAC system was installed in the past year and each unit has its own hot water heater. And then there's the shared roof deck with gorgeous ipe decking.
The cooperative located at 375 Lincoln Place in Prospect Heights, is 100% owner-occupied and was established in 1988. The building is comprised of 39 units with several amenities including a recently renovated gym, common roof deck, bike storage, a laundry room on each floor and a friendly community of residents.
The building was built in 1922 and has a flexible sublet policy, strong financials and is in an excellent location. A few blocks in either direction to the Botanic Gardens, Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Public Library, and of course, to all the fabulous culinary options on Washington Avenue. Public transportation options abound with access to the 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains. No dogs permitted, but they love kittens.
There's a multitude of Elevator Buildings in Prospect Heights, but this is the only one cool enough to have slick glass elevator walls, so you get to admire the building's shrubbery as you rise to your apartment on the third floor.