This tranquil Junior 4 on one of Prospect Heights best blocks offers pre-war proportions and leafy views in a full service building. With almost 1,000sf. of living space, you may find yourself shopping for more furniture. Currently used as a one bedroom, other owners in the building have created a s...
This tranquil Junior 4 on one of Prospect Heights best blocks offers pre-war proportions and leafy views in a full service building. With almost 1,000sf. of living space, you may find yourself shopping for more furniture. Currently used as a one bedroom, other owners in the building have created a second by converting the dining or dressing rooms into another sleeping area. With five closets plus storage in the basement, you could easily keep the clutter at bay.
The large and inviting foyer serves as an office and gracious entryway without impacting the flow to the grand sunken living room. Polished parquet floors and classic dentil molding are anchored by built-in solid wood bookcases on either side of the double window. Open to the living room is a dining area perfect for entertaining. This leads to a windowed kitchen with ample counter space, a pretty mosaic tile backsplash, and attractive cabinetry with built-in wine storage.
Leading to the bedroom is a generous dressing room complete with two deep closets and space for a vanity table or desk. The king-sized bedroom has two exposures and affords the possibility of an area to relax and read a book on a chaise lounge. The sleek bathroom has slate tile walls with recessed shelving, ceramic flooring, and a glass enclosed shower/deep bathtub with a window for ventilation.
230 Park Place is a sought-after elevator building with an elegant lobby and full time doorman. It is pet friendly and offers an updated laundry room, private storage and a bike room. Located just off Vanderbilt Avenue that transforms into a pedestrian plaza on weekends when it is closed to traffic allowing restaurants to set up tables on the road and neighbors to get acquainted. Besides a plethora of restaurants and specialty stores, you will be surrounded by Brooklyn's cultural and recreational destinations: the Brooklyn Museum, the main branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, the Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Prospect Park.
*The square foot was measured by Rise Media US and does not appear in any official records. It has not been verified.