This floor-through apartment for rent is on the top floor of a two-story early 20th century brick row house with a scrolled lintel and a bracketed cornice. Located at 1668 10th Avenue in Windsor Terrace, it’s three blocks away from Prospect Park.
There are big bay windows in the front and rear, and nice original details like wall moldings, parquet floors, pocket doors in one room and built-in storage with drawers in another.
It looks like the original two bedrooms might have been the small front room next to the double parlor and the middle room with pocket doors on both sides.
The latter is where the bank of built in closets and drawers that you see in the photos is located. The big room in the rear, which was probably meant originally as a dining room, could be repurposed as a bedroom as well.
Running alongside it is a narrow kitchen, which is not pictured. The bathroom, which is off the kitchen and next to a walk-in closet, is a bold 20th century mix of styles.
Laura Rozos of Compass has the listing, which is asking $3,000 a month.
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