Impeccably designed, Unit 4 at 518 Maple St, is the top floor of a new boutique Condominium with extremely low Monthly Charges and a 15 year Tax Abatement.
This extremely quiet 2 bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms, washer/dryer in unit, dishwasher and big storage unit in the basement, is filled with light all day long thanks to its double exposure (South and North).
Enter the main living, dining, and kitchen area to find an open inviting space for entertaining. Features include: high ceilings, oversized casement-style windows, recessed lighting, wide-plank oak flooring, and a built-in surround sound system.
The sleek kitchen is fitted with high-end Bosch appliances including a 36-inch refrigerator, five burner stove, and dishwasher.
Quartz countertops, all-white cabinetry, and stainless steel subway tiled backsplash, round off this well-designed L-shaped kitchen.
The master bedroom features an en-suite bath with stand up shower. You will find a deep soaking tub in the second bath.
There is a finished roof deck with beautiful views of the city and Brooklyn rooftops.
518 Maple Street is in close proximity to fantastic local amenities including The Market Place, Sushi Spot, Benny's Brick Oven Pizza, and just two blocks to Wingate Park, with a baseball field, basketball courts, running track, and more.
Transportation is a few blocks away: 2 and 5 express trains to Manhattan.
Delivered in Mint Condition, the high quality furniture is also available for sale.
Prospect Lefferts, located near Flatbush in Brooklyn, is a diverse enclave that is a favorite for young families. Commercial strips feature numerous bodegas, large apartment buildings are situated near shingled Victorian and limestone townhouses, and (in true Brooklyn fashion), tree-lined streets.
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