Pre-warm charm meets present day necessities in this sun-soaked Prospect Heights one-bedroom.
Located on the 5th floor, residence 5E features a large living room with north-facing windows allowing for blue sky views above the neighboring buildings.Arched ceilings, recessed lighting and hardwood flooring throughout expand and refine the space.
The wide windowed kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and full-sized oven. Lighting within and under the cabinets add to a luxurious chef experience. The wall between the kitchen and living room can be partially or wholly removed (pending board approval of course) to create a massive open concept living and dining room.
The bathroom walls are adorned with white subway tiles from top to bottom and the floor is outfitted with hexagon tiles. The full-sized tub is perfect for relaxing at the end of a long day and the marbled sink features storage beneath.
The bedroom can accommodate a king-sized bed with plenty of room for additional furniture. There is a double-wide wardrobe within the bedroom as well asthree floor-to ceiling closets in the hallway for clothing, linens, storage and more.
In addition to FiOS, the building offers an inexpensive T1 line ($30/month) for blazing fast internet connectivity. Almost every light throughout the apartment holds a Philips Hue bulb paired with wall-mounted dimmer switches and compatible with Amazon, Apple and Google Home. Ever-desirable, in-unitwasher/dryer installation is allowed (pending board approval). The apartment comes with aprivate storage cage and there isbike storage andshared laundry.
The Abraham Lincoln is a pet-friendly elevator coop with doorman and live-in super. The Marble lobby is an Art Deco gem and the landscapedcentral courtyard provides a quiet respite away from the rush of city living.
Across the street, Mount Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Library,Botanic Gardens and theBrooklyn Museum all shine in a row along Eastern Parkway. Just beyond,Grand Army Plaza plays host to a bountiful Saturday Farmers Market and welcomes guests into the heart of Brooklyn:Prospect Park.
There is a grocery store, ice cream parlor and craft beer bar around the corner on Underhill. In addition, Washington and Vanderbilt are lined with Prospect Heights best cafes and restaurants.
The 2/3 train is just up the street and the B/Q trains are a little farther down on Flatbush. Atlantic Barclays is nearby and offers an array of subways into Manhattan (and beyond) as well as the LIRR to get out of town.
Building Features 6 Floors39 Units
In Contract: Jun 12, 2021
29 Days to enter contract
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,293
Exclusively listed with: The Corcoran Group
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