132 Prospect Pl, Apt 2-F

$725,000

Prospect Heights

2 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Maintenance
$735

Move right into this newly renovated two bedroom coop that conveniently straddles Park Slope and Prospect Heights. The sleek, windowed eat-in-kitchen was completely redone and has new appliances, all new cabinets that provide abundant storage, and plenty of room for a dining table. Both bedrooms are good sized and have large windows that overlook the charming Brownstones of Prospect Place. Exposed brick in the master bedroom adds charm and warmth. And, washers/dryers are allowed with Board approval. The building has a common roof deck with expansive views, common bike and stroller storage, and is pet friendly. Restaurants, shops and services are at your doorstep on Flatbush, Carlton, Vanderbilt and 7th Avenues. The B/Q/2/3 trains are just minutes away.

  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 132 Prospect Pl

1930

Year Built

5

Stories

  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Pre war Pre war
  • Roof deck Roof deck

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About Prospect Heights

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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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