Elegant living awaits you in this rare and gracious prewar beauty in Sunset Park offering one bedroom with easy reconfiguration to 2, a full bath, and 750 square feet of richly-detailed interiors. Apartment 2B at 566 44th Street is a quiet oasis in a handsome co-op set among the stately rows of lime...
Elegant living awaits you in this rare and gracious prewar beauty in Sunset Park offering one bedroom with easy reconfiguration to 2, a full bath, and 750 square feet of richly-detailed interiors. Apartment 2B at 566 44th Street is a quiet oasis in a handsome co-op set among the stately rows of limestone townhouses directly on the park.
The finely renovated and restored home boasts extensive original woodwork and moldings, airy 9' 4' foot ceilings, raised plaster accents, and hardwood floors throughout. Tons of amazing sunlight brightens the ambiance, especially in the afternoon, thanks to oversized southwest-facing city windows overlooking gardens and partial views of the ocean. There's plenty of space to lounge, watch TV, or entertain guests comfortably in the large living/dining room. The modern thoughtfully-designed windowed kitchen is great for prepping food and cooking meals, featuring ample countertops and wood cabinetry, and full-size appliances. Spacious bedrooms, a marble full bath, and private storage unit make this gem even more appealing.
Built in 1914, 566 44th Street is a charming 16-unit cooperative with a live-in super, gym, laundry facility, basement storage, and plans for a roof deck. An inviting lobby adorned with gorgeous original detail and stained glass windows welcomes your arrival. The building is financially sound and pet-friendly. Subletting is ok after 3 years. Solar panels on the roof reduce energy costs, and income from generated electricity goes to the cash reserve.
As for the location, super convenient! Right across the street from the fabulous Sunset Park with an Olympic-size swimming pool, well-equipped gym, recreation center, soccer field, sprinkler park, plus wonderful New York harbor, Manhattan skyline and sunset vistas. Minutes away is also entry to the waterfront park at Bush Terminal at 43rd Street and 1st Avenue, and Industry City for the best shopping, entertainment and artisan food in Brooklyn. Close to 5th and 8th Avenue shopping districts too, plus a quick 20-minute commute to Manhattan with close proximity to the D, N and R trains.