500 4th Avenue, Apt. 2O is a large 1 Bedroom apartment (677Sqft) with private terrace (additional 145 SqFt) in a full-service luxury condominium located where Park Slope meets Gowanus.
The living room is both spacious and bright featuring a full wall of towering windows facing south, drenching the space with natural light, and overlooking your private oasis. Private terrace faces the back of the building, away from 4th Avenue allowing one to enjoy a quiet moment of Zen.
The gourmet chefs kitchen, with honed Calacatta marble countertops and glass backsplash, is open to the living room, and the eating/prep island is perfect for when you want to entertain. Kitchen features Viking stainless-steel appliances, including built-in microwave and dishwasher, custom cabinets with space-saver shelving system, and even a wine cooler.
The luxurious bedroom is large enough to accommodate a king-size bed and furnishings, and has a huge walk in closet.
Adjacent to the bedroom is a glamorous bath with Gaudi marble flooring and honed Lagos Gold limestone walls accented with mosaic glass, and a deep soaking Zuma tub.
The apartment has some of the finest finishes and features white oak floors throughout, high ceilings, and central AC/Heat. Best of all, your very own in-unit Washer Dryer!!!
Building amenities include full-time doorman, fitness center, common club room with a pool table and onsite attended parking available for lease! Located just 2 blocks from the F, R and G train lines, this is a stunning building with every convenience right outside your door, including the new Whole Foods, great restaurants, shopping and amenities in every direction. This is a rare opportunity to live in one of the best full service buildings in the neighborhood with low common charges and a 421-a tax abatement (effective until 2025).
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