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221 East 18th St. 1D, Brooklyn, NY 11226

$549,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$549,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Prospect Park South Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$839 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Description:

Expansive Pre-War One-Bedroom Plus Den/Office in Prospect Park South! This beautiful unit is an exceptional value and a unique space, located moments from nearby dining, transit and Prospect Park. Gently coved ceilings and parquet floors enhance the living room, transitioning through an archway to dining space suitable for a large table and gracious entertaining. The entryway and foyer feature two storage closets and ample space for a home office or sitting area. Enjoy casual eat-in dining in the large kitchen with full stainless steel appliances and a pantry. Private rooms are nestled down the hall for added seclusion, past the stylish full bath with classic black-and-white tile floors and a contemporary apron-sink vanity. The bedroom and bonus den/office each include hardwood floors and a window. This pre-war coop building has an elegant lobby, a shared garden with grills and a picnic table patio, an on-site super, two bike rooms and convenient laundry facilities. All just blocks from Prospect Park, B&Q trains, abundant restaurants and artisan shops on Cortelyou, Flatbush and Church, and within a mile of F, G, 2 and 5 lines.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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