Huge & beautiful studio on the 3rd floor of a full-service, 24-hour door-person, pre-war building 2 blocks from Prospect Park, 3 blocks from the 2/3, and one of the most beautiful locations in Brooklyn.
The perfect layout with large entry foyer, classic pre-war architectural detail, high ceilings, original hardwood flooring, and tons of closet space. The updated kitchen has great storage, a gas stove, and a dishwasher. The enormous ceramic tiled bathroom features a cast-iron soaking tub and a separate shower.
An incredibly versatile space you will find plenty of room for living, dining, and sleeping, while enjoying the benefits of one of areas best Art-Deco infuenced buildings. There is a live-in super, on-site central laundry, bike storage, private storage (w/ wait-list), a team of porters, a renovated lobby, and lots of polished brass.
Located on stately and leafy Plaza Street East, you'll be in the perfect spot: Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, the Brooklyn Museum, superb restaurants, cafes, great markets, and nightlife all so close. A minute from the 2/3 train, and few minutes to the QExpress and 4 trains. There is currently a 42 dollar per month assessment in addition to the posted maintenance. This unit is pet friendly.
Prospect Heights, one of Brooklyn’s smallest neighborhoods, is bordered by Fort Greene, Park Slope, Crown Heights, and, of course, Prospect Park. Prospect Heights, emerging from the shadow of its affluent neighbor, Park Slope, has developed a unique personality all its own. Prospect Heights is known its hybrid Old/New Brooklyn feel. Here, prospective residents will find neighborhood standbys alongside new bars that err more on the hipster side.
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