With a PRIVATE GARDEN, a wood-burning fireplace and an in-unit washer/dryer, this sweet parlor floor two-bedroom is ready to welcome you home! One of four units in a wonderfully maintained four-story historic brick townhouse on beautiful, tree-lined Prospect Place in the heart of Prospect Heights, lovely period details are seamlessly combined with modern updates.
The focal point of the living and dining areas is the fireplace. With a black tile hearth and elegant mantle, it's easy to imagine cozy winter nights by the fire. There is plenty of space to create a dining area as well, and the oversized south-facing window brings in lovely afternoon light. Along the wall opposite the fireplace, deep built-in cabinetry conceals the washer/dryer and a large pantry. The renovated kitchen is simple and efficient with white cabinetry and appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave, black granite countertops, a large peninsula and abundant storage. Also renovated, the bathroom features black and white tile, a jacuzzi tub, and a smart linen closet tucked under the building's staircase.
The primary bedroom accommodates a queen size bed, provides access to the garden and boasts floor-to-ceiling built-ins, perfect for storage and display. The second bedroom would make a fantastic office, nursery or guest room. Two deep closets and another built-in cabinet offer even more storage options.
Best of all, the private garden measures 30' x 15' and offers a raised deck for dining and relaxing, framed by a border of garden beds. Green your thumb, dine al fresco and entertain in this coveted outdoor oasis. Throughout the home you'll find hardwood floors, high ceilings, and classic ceiling, crown and baseboard molding. Additional storage can be found in the basement and pets are welcome with board approval. The coop has low monthlies and no underlying mortgage.
Located a half block from bustling Vanderbilt Avenue with all its fantastic shopping and restaurants, a short jaunt to the B/Q and 2/3 subway lines, Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum and Botanic Garden, 279 Prospect Place #2 feels like it's in the middle of it all!