1673 Ocean Ave, Apt 2-F

$499,000

Midwood

2 BD, 2 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

2

Baths

4

Rooms

816

Square Feet

Common Charges
$430
Taxes
$795

Welcome to The Luxe Condominium, a ground-up new development -- where timeless elegance meets undeniable value.

Note: All appointments are being held at the off-site model apartment showroom. Building expected completion is currently estimated for Summer 2020.

Apartment 2F at The Luxe contains a modern 2-bedroom & 2-bathroom layout + private terrace. All residences in the building feature handsome weathered gray oak durable multi-layer engineered flooring, sound-attentive Pella double-paned windows, striking Caeserstone slab counters and backsplashes, custom-built Scavolini cabinetry & millwork, high-end appliances, and contemporary fixtures & finishes throughout. All units at The Luxe also include one storage unit!

At The Luxe, amenities await. Featuring a well-appointed lobby with virtual doorman and package room, state of the art fitness center, lavish resident lounge, and rooftop recreation area with outdoor kitchenette, The Luxe does not fail to deliver on first class features for a boutique sized building.

Located in the heart of Midwood, with access on the Q line -- residents will be a short ride away from the Coney Island Boardwalk in one direction, or Prospect Park/Park Slope in the other. With multiple local main corridors (namely Avenue J & Avenue M) and being in very close proximity to famed Brooklyn College, this is a truly unique location to call home base.

  • Terrace Terrace
  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 1673 Ocean Ave

1930

Year Built

3

Stories

  • Pre war Pre war

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