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1 Plaza St. West 14C, Brooklyn, NY 11217

$845,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$845,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Park Slope Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,506 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Doorman
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Description:

EXQUISITE VIEWS OR REFINED INTERIOR? How about BOTH? Apt. 14C is perched high up in a venerable stand-alone Rosario Candela building at the apex of Park Slope. Every floor in the building has only four apartments -- one in each corner -- and this orientation boasts spectacular views, south and west. The sophisticated renovation -- a complete overhaul -- begins at the entryway, a perfect place to pause, put down mail and hang up coats. The living and dining areas, large enough for both formal dining and luxurious repose is oversized and light strewn. The eat-in kitchen has been thoughtfully designed with ceiling-high cabinetry, some with glass doors; pantry; long granite counter tops; Liebherr refrigerator, Asko dishwasher, Bertazonni stove and Waterworks fittings. A three-seat breakfast bar overlooks Prospect Park and is perfect for breakfast, supper or lounging with morning coffee and the paper. The bathroom is a vision in clean black and white and features a Kohler sink, tub and shower -- all with Rohl fittings -- chrome towel bars and white wall subway tile. The bedroom affords all the space you'll need for bureaus and a desk; two closets will easily hold your hanging clothes. Mornings and evenings will be a joy as you savor the city's skyscrapers, lit in neverending shades of light and sky...the Empire State Building stands regal to the north, and nightly sunsets over the bay are jaw dropping. Beamed nine-foot ceilings, pristine parquet floors, picture moldings, glass doorknobs and custom shades are only some of the features that make this apartment such a stand-out. Built in 1928 and converted to co-op in 1980, this full-service building features a live-in super, door attendants and laundry and storage in the basement. Furthermore, the building has replaced the elevator and the windows. THE SELLERS HAVE PAID ASSESSMENTS IN FULL! Would you like the best seats in the house for the Prospect Park fireworks on New Years Eve? We're ready to usher you in!

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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