If you are looking for an oasis of calm in the middle of bustling Downtown Brooklyn, we have just what you need. This junior-one bedroom apartment captures all the morning light you could ever need thanks to its southerly aspect looking down Flatbush Avenue all the way to Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza. And the current occupants have been making the most of what this gorgeous space has to offer, filling the living room with a wonderful array of indoor plants while the addition of custom blackout shades will allow you to get a little extra sleep when you really need it.
The super-efficient layout runs off the central hallway connecting your living room with the rest of your home. A sleeping nook adjoins the sitting room, receiving plenty of light when wanted, with ample of closet and storage options. The galley style kitchen provides plenty of counter space as well as storage. Everything is in its place. Quartz counters, a stylish glass-tiled backsplash, and stainless appliances are all easy to care for - and yes, there's a dishwasher too. At the entryway, you'll find a voluminous coat closet, while your in-apartment laundry sits opposite next to the bathroom. Featuring a shower with tub and more storage for your personal items, you've really got everything you need here.
Stepping out into the corridor you'll be reassured by the high standards maintained by the staff at the Oro. This full-service building not only offers convenient proximity to Manhattan, but it also features a wealth of amenities which include a 24-hour doorman, pool, fitness center, basketball/squash court, screening room, and resident's lounge. A third party run parking garage provides direct access to the building and is ideal for those who like to escape the city from time to time.
With Jay Street Metrotech, Borough Hall, and the Atlantic Terminal all close by, subway (and LIRR) options are endless, and you can walk or Citi Bike over the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges for work or leisure. City Point BKLYN continues to attract major chains, with Trader Joes, Century 21, Target, and more nearby, and let's not forget the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. It's all just so convenient. So come find out why so many have made Downtown Brooklyn and the Oro their home.