Why not live on the park? Welcome home to this sunny and gracious prewar studio in excellent condition in one of the Park Slopes most desirable locations.
Enter through a welcoming arched foyer gallery with coat closet that opens to your spacious and pin drop quiet living/dining room with high ceilings, beautiful hardwood oak floors, and large windows that fill this room with sunlight. A well-appointed, windowed kitchen with updated cabinetry awaits across the room. Light and fresh air flow in through these four window exposures. A separate dressing room offers convenience, privacy and ample storage. Finally, the well-maintained windowed bathroom retains all of its original pre-war charm and appeal.
44 Prospect Park West is a 1940 pre-war co-op building in Brooklyns Park Slope neighborhood. Located between Garfield Place and 1st Street, the building contains 54 units and rises 6 stories. The co-op welcomes pets, pied-a-terre, 80% financing and is staffed by a part-time doorman and live-in superintendent. Amenities include a central laundry room, basement storage, and a bike room. Located near transportation, the Saturday morning Farmers Market on Grand Army Plaza, the central branch of the Brooklyn Library, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, the wonderful shops and restaurants of Park Slope, and, of course, Prospect Park.