Have you ever wanted to live in the heart of Prospect Heights? Now is your opportunity to own a home for less than it costs to rent. Welcome to 649 Vanderbilt Avenue unit 3B, a lovely 2 bedroom/ 1 bathroom pre-war cooperative with pre-war details, abundant storage and loads of charm.
Enter this turn-key home by means of its large open concept living-dining room, complete with an updated kitchen large enough to entertain. There are 2 spacious bedrooms, each able to fit king-sized beds, both outfitted with large custom closets to efficiently maximize storage. There are wood floors throughout, large west-facing windows, built-in shelving and original historic details that include a gorgeous tiled mantel, pairing character with convenience.
Theres an in-unit washer/ dryer, 10 foot ceilings, abundant storage in each room and to top it off there is additional storage in the basement (perfect for bikes, strollers, and long term belongings).
This well-maintained cooperative has notably low monthly fees, wonderful finances, and a great vibe throughout.
The location cant be beaten. Just one block from Michelin rated restaurants Olmsted, Fausto, Mazon Yaki, and dozens of other top-rated restaurants and shops. 2 blocks from Grand Army Plaza and the entrance to Prospect Park, the lavish Grand Army Green Market, Brooklyn Public Librarys main branch, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the world class Brooklyn Museum, the Prospect Park Zoo, multiple supermarkets, fish markets, playgrounds, and the list goes on. Nearby transportation options include the 2/3/B/Q and many bus lines.
Move right in where location, space, and comfort come together at 649 Vanderbilt Avenue unit 3B!
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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