225 8th #2-L

Kings, New York City, NY







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Newly updated, bright and spacious 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom co-op apartment with private outdoor space centrally located in prime Park Slope. Enter this classic prewar apartment and enjoy church views (and bells!) as well as other charming details such as high ceilings, oversized windows with multiple exposures, intricate parquet floors with inlay, base, crown & picture moldings and a separate dining room large enough to sit eight or more. Step out of your living room and onto the balcony, unique to this floor of the building, and take in your morning coffee overlooking the church on 8th Ave.

The recently renovated kitchen has all new cabinetry, white quartz countertops, tile backsplash, dishwasher, oven hood, under-mount sink and faucet while the windowed bath offers a new recessed medicine cabinet and light fixture. In the primary bedroom, conveniently located off the long, rear hallway, you'll find your spacious sleeping quarters with two exposures, three windows, great closet space and enough room for a dresser, king bed and more. The second bedroom is large enough for a twin bed, dresser and small desk. Both rooms are rear-facing and quiet. Located just one flight up, this unit has been freshly painted and offers low maintenance, updated electric throughout, good closet space, new ceiling light fixtures, a video intercom system, a massive onsite storage cage (no charge) in the basement, and free bike storage.

Built in 1910, 225 8th Avenue is a self-managed, 8-unit co-op with a common roof deck with excellent city views. The building recently installed solar panels on the rear of the roof to help reduce the building's electrical costs and intends to redo the rear courtyard as a kids' play area. There are free onsite laundry machines in the basement (two washers and two dryers). Installing a washer dryer in the unit is allowed. The location is ideal, having easy access to multiple subway lines (B, Q, 2, 3, F, and G) and the B69/B67 bus, shops and eateries, 2 farmer's markets, as well Grand Army Plaza, the Botanic Garden, and Prospect Park a block away. Sorry, no cats. Small dogs may be considered after three years of ownership. Images of the rear courtyard, common roof deck, and primary bedroom have been virtually enhanced.


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Kristina Leonetti

+1 310 910 1722

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