This home truly offers everything one could want - a generous floor plan that allows for two bedrooms down the line, renovated kitchen and bath, large windows throughout with East, West and South exposures and ample storage. Set far back from the street this largest corner one-bedroom in a highly desired building is a quiet oasis in the middle of Ditmas Park - one of Brooklyn’s trendiest neighborhoods. It’s a must see!
Just beyond the front door you are met with hardwood flooring that runs throughout the home and with not one but two entry closets. The windowed foyer - which is large enough to serve as a dining area or home office - along with the arched doorways and built-ins offers pre-war charm in a modern setting. Recently renovated, the spacious eat-in kitchen features new stainless steel appliances including a built-in microwave, quartz countertops, glass tiled backsplash, hex slate-look floor tiles and even a pantry. Designed with a chef in mind it has the ideal layout with counters on both sides and ample storage. Just off of the expansive foyer is the oversized living room. This room offers a ton of potential for future use. The flexible floor plan does give one the ability to easily convert this to a 2-bedroom. The bedroom is so spacious it can easily fit a king-sized bed and several pieces of furniture. It includes a large closet and windows offering both East and West exposures. The newly renovated and windowed bathroom is bright and airy and just outside the long hall you will find a linen closet - more storage than one could ever need!
385 Argyle Road is highly desired for many reasons. The pre-war charm can be felt throughout the building with its archways, built-ins and high ceilings. The building is meticulously maintained by the live-in super and features amenities such as a well-appointed and newly renovated gym, children’s recreation room, laundry room, bike storage and additional storage. This elevator building also offers a secure package room just off of the newly renovated lobby. It is perfectly situated near the newly refurnished Tot Lot playground, just across the street from the library, a farmer’s market on Sunday and within walking distance to the shops, restaurants and cafes along Cortelyou Road. The Q train is a short two-block walk away, making commuting a breeze.
Cats, no dogs.