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1170 Ocean Parkway
Coop in Midwood •  building info
2bd • 2ba • 1,237ft² $396 per ft²
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This bright, quiet, 1,237 square-foot, 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 9-closet unit sits on the 9th floor, high above Brooklyn's historic Ocean Parkway greenway. Upon entering, you are welcomed into a light and airy, living/dining space, with large East-facing windows, and a bright, renovated kitchen with breakfast bar on the left. Off the foyer to the right is a corridor leading to the unit's expansive primary and secondary east-facing bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. First the primary bedroom is over 200sqft with three closets and a beautifully maintained en-suite bath. You could fit a studio apartment in this room! Next, the secondary bedroom is a king-sized bedroom in its own right with built-in closets and enough room for a California-king bed with furniture. Last but not least is the original second full-bath thoughtfully maintained and in great condition. This oversized, 9th floor, 2-bedroom co-op with unobstructed views is located in The Sutton House, the first and best luxury co-op building in Midwood. The building is extremely well-managed and features an attractive lobby with handicap access, 24/7 doorman, concierge, on-site superintendent, 2 elevators (one Shabbos), voice intercom, FIOS and cable, central air and heat within each unit that you control, bike room, storage room, laundry room, landscaped courtyard with picnic and barbecue area, a large 3-season outdoor heated pool (52'x 33'), and an indoor parking garage (waitlist). The monthly maintenance of $1,748.22 includes all utilities. Located on the historic tree-lined Ocean Parkway, only 7 blocks from the F-train, 10 blocks from the Q-train, food/shopping 5 blocks away on Coney Island Avenue, this luxury apartment is in the center of it all. Call us for a showing today.

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