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Certain to be on the top of everyone's list, this oversized two bedroom one bath prewar/elevator apartment on Lincoln Place certainly provides all of the attributes today's buyer would be searching for.
Enter into a large vestibule with could easily be set up into a home office and then into a large and wide living room dining room with tree-top southern views of quaint Brooklyn brownstones with wonderful hardwood floors and crown moldings.
The spacious chef's eat-in kitchen offers an incredible 15 feet of uninterrupted counter space with stunning solid wood grey cabinetry handcrafted by a Brooklyn artisan, brass hardware, caesarstone counters and stainless appliances. A gourmet cook's dream, this kitchen will certainly impress. Even the tile work is custom Heath Ceramics.
A long hall separates the oversized bedrooms so privacy is assured, either could serve as the master. Both rooms have walk in closets. The jack and jill bath has also been recently renovated with deep soaking tub, cool glass tiles and octagon marble flooring.
Subletting and cats are permitted with board approval. Live in superintendent and new laundry facilities and bike storage in basement. So convenient to all of the major subway hubs, shops and eateries along 5th and 7th Avenues and lovely Prospect Park.
Park Slope is located in northwest Brooklyn and is surrounded by Prospect Park, Fourth Avenue, Flatbush Avenue, and Prospect Expressway. Park Slope borders on the suburban side of city living, and is home to many young families, pet owners, and plenty of locally owned businesses. This laid-back respite from the city gives residents an opportunity to really get to know (and want to talk to) their neighbors. Park Slope’s neighborhood bonafides include: quality public schools, easy accessibility via public transportation, a bustling dining and retail scene, and a number of green spaces and community gardens.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more