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488 Ocean Pkwy 3G, Brooklyn, NY 11218

$435,000
Listing Details:
$435,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Kensington / Ocean Pkwy Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$638 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Pool
Garage
Laundry
Allows Pets
Description:

Welcome home to your extra large, one bedroom apartment with tree-top views in Kensington. Your new home offers a large foyer which can double as a home office or formal dining, a spacious living room with southwestern exposure for an abundance of natural light, and dining area off the kitchen. The master bedroom can easily fit a king-sized bed and additional furniture and features two deep closets. Additionally, there is a full linen closet and two massive closets for extra storage along the entrance hallway. This quiet gem is nestled in the back of a well-maintained elevator building with strong financials, live-in super, laundry in the building, bike room (wait-list) and extra storage (wait-list, $40 per month), and an indoor garage (wait-list/fee). Walk to hip restaurants, bars, weekly Farmer's market and shopping along Cortelyou Road, great Ditmas Park restaurants and bars like Lea, Castello Plan, The Purple Yam, Sycamore and in Kensington; Hamilton's, La Loba Cantina, Fina Pizza Bar and Brancaccio's. Stroll down Ocean Parkway's Greenway to Brooklyn's crown jewel outdoor space, Prospect Park with barbecue areas, bike paths, the Lefrak Center at Lakeside, hiking and year-round festivals. Minutes from Q train on Cortelyou Road, F train Ditmas Avenue stop, and Express Bus service offering quick and easy access to Manhattan and beyond. Sorry, no pets. Photos of a similar unit.

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