Introducing the boutique condominium residences of 792 Classon Avenue. Perfectly juxtaposed between Prospect Heights, Park Slope and Crown Heights on tree-lined Classon Avenue. Life at 792 Classon boasts classic Brooklyn living, enjoy everything that the neighborhood offers, The Brooklyn Botanical Garden, The Brooklyn Museum and not to mention Prospect Park. Browse the boutique shops and restaurants along Franklin, Vanderbilt and Washington Avenues. Commuting is easy no matter where you venture with the 2,3,4, and 5 trains just a few blocks away.
Penthouse-8 is a gracious 2-bedroom duplex layout with 2 incredible outdoor spaces totaling 832 SF. Your private rooftop boasts stunning views of Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Modernity and classic design merge with 8 inch wide-plank white oak floors and abundant natural light through floor to ceiling glass creating a light airy feel. Featured premiums include central air/heating, in-unit washer dryer, Bluetooth surround-sound speakers, and smart home wall outlets with USB / AUX charging ports. The generous chefs kitchens boast solid white quartz countertops, custom wood cabinetry and integrated Miele appliance package including refrigerator, dishwasher, cooktop, oven and vent hood.
Spacious bathrooms are finished with custom vanities made for storage, modern polished chrome hardware, deep soaking tubs and seamless porcelain floors in cloud cover gray. Storage unit comes with select apartments.
Very low monthly charges make this perfect home a great investment. 792 Classon Avenue is a must see.
*Pictures are of the model unit and should be referenced for building finishes. Please see the floorplan for the apartment layout.*
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