BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED 1,200 SQ FT ART DECO CLASSIC! This lovely, lofty home exudes prewar elegance with its generous proportions, classic details and gracious flow. The extra-high 11-ft ceilings make the whole space feel luxurious, lofty and grand. The sumptuous foyer is a room in itself and flows e...
BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED 1,200 SQ FT ART DECO CLASSIC! This lovely, lofty home exudes prewar elegance with its generous proportions, classic details and gracious flow. The extra-high 11-ft ceilings make the whole space feel luxurious, lofty and grand. The sumptuous foyer is a room in itself and flows easily into the expansive living and dining room. It's the perfect place to entertain after a day in the park or a sunset stroll through the gardens. Renovated in 2017, the gorgeous open kitchen is a chef's dream with its white custom cabinetry, high-end appliance package, stone counters, a breakfast bar and dazzling glass back splash. A gallery hallway takes you to two ENORMOUS bedrooms, both of which can accommodate king-sized beds with room to spare. The two bathrooms are beautifully renovated with a playful and pristine mix of tumbled marble and glass tiles. The renovations extend to inside the walls with updated electrical and all new plumbing lines.
The home's rich history is revealed in its exquisite herringbone parquet floors, original plaster walls and high beamed ceilings. The plaster and concrete soundproof construction ensures that the home is serene and quiet. Its many other features include amazing closet space and the ability to put in your own WASHER/DRYER (with board approval).
Built in 1926, Turner Towers is a highly sought-after address and remains one of NYC's most iconic landmark buildings. It offers white glove services, a breath-taking ballroom-sized marble lobby and basement storage (upon availability). Perhaps best of all is the professionally landscaped TERRACE, which is practically right outside your door! Nestled among the beautiful, colorful perennials, climbing vines and planters are comfortable chaise lounges and discrete seating areas. Bask in the sunshine or relax under the stars after a long day.Turner Towers is situated on the nation's first parkway, designed by Central Park's Frederick Olmsted and designated a National Scenic Landmark in 1978. The neighborhood's destination cafes and restaurants are at your fingertips including: Mayfield's, Oxalis, Tooker Alley and the legendary Tom's Diner. The 2/3 trains are right outside your door and it's across the street from Brooklyn's cultural heart: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Museum and Prospect Park. Don't miss this remarkable opportunity to own a piece of NYC history!