Apartment 2B at 375 Prospect Place is a mint, turn-key 1 bedroom - 1 bathroom condominium apartment in bucolic Prospect Heights.This apartment enjoys beautiful, artist-like light, calming views, and is the very definition of pin-drop quiet.
Not an inch of this residence is wasted, as the layout is as efficient as it is spacious. After entry, one experiences the thoughtful flow of the home, taking it all in - first in the open eat-in kitchen, then in the dining area, and finally in the leisurely living room.
As sophisticated as it is practical, the kitchen is equipped with modern conveniences, sleek aesthetics, and state-of-the-art appliances. Durable and delightful polished quartz adorns the counters, while the cabinetry is brilliant white and easy to clean after food prepping and cooking. The appliances are Bosch and American-made Maytag.
On the way to the luxury lavatory, one first one passes the linen closet, which also holds the energy efficient and oversized washer & drier. The bathroom, though, is a sight unto itself, replete with marbled ceramic Statuario Venato walls, an Instagram-worthy Kohler soaking tub, Grohe fixtures, and a custom vanity with exceptional storage.
The bedroom, like the rest of the apartment before it, plays to its strength as it is king-sized, bright, and airy. With a custom closet and generous floor area, it can house more than its fair-share of fashionable clothing and nostalgic personal effects.
When you choose to make 375 Prospect Place your home, you'll find yourself at the center of Brooklyn as everyone imagines it to be - teaming with life, swarming with flair, and charming you from sunrise to sunset. The area is host to terrific dinning and shopping experience that one could not find anywhere else and possesses the magnificent Prospect Park, which is quite literally 585 acres of picturesque, post-card beauty. Nearby, Grand Army Plaza features some of the largest, most impressive buildings in all of Brooklyn: the Brooklyn Public Library, the beautiful Botanical Gardens, and the striking Brooklyn Museum.