Perched on the highest floor of an elegant brownstone, this open, airy two-bedroom home has all the comforts of Brooklyn brownstone living. Enjoy the beauty of a tree-lined street from your bedroom window while capturing condo-worthy views of the Manhattan skyline. And if looking dreamily out the bay window all morning won't pay the mortgage, grab your laptop, open up the big red umbrella on your private 400 sq. ft. roof terrace and answer work emails sitting at a picnic table facing the city horizon.
This apartment maximizes living and storage space with a practical layout. Five deep closets and an extra-large basement storage area put you in control of what you see and what you don't. The open kitchen, windowed, with a peninsula sink, features granite counters and ample to-ceiling cabinetry. Dishwasher and washer/dryer are tucked underneath the sink, creating a fully functional hubwith an eat-in-kitchen.
From here, the solid hardwood floors travel into an airy living space, radiated by the light beaming in through three long windows. The connectedness of the kitchen and living area further emphasizes the feeling of quiet and serenity of the bedrooms. At the center of a long hall, the sunny second bedroom is tucked in a comfy nook of the apartment and is the quietest room in the house!
The windowed bathroom has been renovated with brand-new installations and illuminated with a high row of vanity lights.
The prevailing theme of this home is open airiness, and this is most apparent in the master bedroom. Open, bright, and generously scaled, this space allows many options. King-sized bed, vanity dresser, long chaise, a bay-window office nookany (or all) of these combinations can work!
The deeded roof terrace is accessible up a flight of stairs from the entrance to the apartment.
428 Prospect Place is a well-maintained eight-unit co-op building with no upcoming assessments and NO UNDERLYING MORTGAGE. There is bike storage and a common laundry room in the basement (though washer/dryer is permitted in the unit). Pets are welcome.
All walking distance in ten minutes or less: the Vanderbilt strip of good stuff, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Central Library, Underhill Playground, Botanic Garden, Saturday Farmer's market, Ample Hills Creamery, 2,3 trains.