This top-floor two-bedroom apartment with dedicated dining and living rooms has lovely pre-war proportions and offers all the space, light, and charm you are looking for in Sunset Park. Apartment 12 is the largest layout in the complex and easily converts to a 3-bedroom apartment. Vintage details, 9' ceilings, and hardwood floors throughout provide the character that is only found in older buildings. Original glass-paned kitchen built-ins are complemented by updated cabinets and appliances including gas range and full-size dishwasher. The windowed and welcoming kitchen with breakfast bar opens to a picture-perfect dining room. Close the french doors to the living room for private dining or keep it open for a nice open plan flow. A proper hallwayaccessed from either kitchen, dining or living roomseparates the living and sleeping spaces. Choose either of the two good-sized bedrooms to use as the primary. The updated bath includes an all-in-one washer/dryer.
With endless photo ops of Lady Liberty, the Manhattan skyline, and the harbor, you'll be the envy of all your friends with sunset posts from the fabulous common roof deck. Live-in super, intercom security, storage bin (5x9) at no extra charge, stroller parking in the lobby, common bike storage and laundry room round out this ideal pet-friendly building. A half-block away is Sunset Park with its Olympic-sized swimming pool (first opened in 1936), recreation center, soccer field, and sunburst sprinkler park. For waterfront fun, Bush Terminal Piers Park is at 43rd St/1st Ave. Industry city is a hub of outdoor and indoor breweries, distilleries, food halls, restaurants, independent shops, furniture outlets, and maker-studios. There is a year-round farmers market on 7th Ave and during summer Sundays you can shop the farm stands at Brooklyn Grange's largest rooftop farm atop the Liberty BKLYN Building. Subway options include the D at 9th Ave/39th St and N/D/R at 4th Ave/36th St. Come see what Sunset Park has to offer!