A rare opportunity at the Rosehill Condominium at 85 6th Avenue in prime Park Slope, Brooklyn has come to market: 85 6th Avenue Apartment J is a penthouse, unicorn pre-war one bedroom aerie CONDO with a brick wood-burning fireplace and three skylights for all-day sunshine. You cannot reproduce the exclusivity of 85 6th Avenue Apartment J: from the moment you enter this sun blasted pre-war corner one bedroom condo you are amazed by the charming details like hardwood floors and wood burning fireplace updated with split system a/c, and three skylights that make 85 6th Avenue Apartment J a rare Park Slope charmer. Considering the very low monthlies and taxes, 85 6th Avenue Apartment J is also the best value in Park Slope.
With super quiet double-pane windows, this top floor, corner unit is flooded with light from three skylights and features a wide, open floor plan. A charming foyer with full closet and bookshelves leads to a skylighted, windowed kitchen with full-size stainless steel appliances and fabulous storage space. A new Silestone island (big enough to seat six) opens up to the skylighted, windowed living room with a working brick wood-burning fireplace and office alcove for the perfect work-from-home aesthetic. The updated bathroom is spacious and vented. The newly remodeled bedroom has two closets, room for a king-size bed and another alcove for a dresser, desk or sitting area with views to Barclays Center/Atlantic Terminal located just a short stroll away.
Some condos in Park Slope are inconvenient to transportation; 85 6th Avenue has direct access to the Bergen 2/3 across the street and is just a few blocks to Barclays Center/Atlantic Terminal. Some Park Slope condos are just boxes: 85 6th Avenue Apartment J is brimming with pre-war charm and has all the convenience of condo ownership with very low monthlies and just three flights up a winding staircase. Make an appointment to view 85 6th Avenue Apartment J today: newly remodeled, painted, newly refinished floors, split system a/c and a wood-burning fireplace. Common laundry on the second floor. Cats welcome; dogs are case-by-case.
The Rosehill Condominium is the former "Carlton Club," designed in 1890 by renowned architect Mercein Thomas. Its patrons included both politicians and members of NYC's aristocracy on a protected Park Slope tree-lined block. Just a heartbeat away from the 2, 3, 4, 5, N, D, R, B and Q trains. Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza and all of Park Slope's destination cafes, shops and restaurants are right out the door including local favorites Hungry Ghost, Piquant, Doughnut Plant, Woodland, Sugar Cane, Cheese & Provisions, Purbird, Vinnies, Kith and Orange Theory . Cats welcome; dogs are case-by-case.