Spacious Windsor Terrace One-Bedroom With Large Foyer, Near Park Asks $2,550 a Month

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This Winsdsor Terrace one-bedroom is attractive and offers a lot of space for the money. Plus it’s right near Prospect Park, in a 1937 building at 50 Ocean Parkway, down the block from the Parade Grounds and the park’s southwest corner.

It’s a little hard to get a line on the layout from the photos and a proffered floor plan that doesn’t seem to connect to them, but there looks to be an extensive living space, a decent-sized bedroom, an eat-in kitchen and a large foyer. Like we said, space: around 1,000 square feet, and there are original wood floors, archways and built-in shelves.

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The kitchen appliances are new and the rest looks to be recently renovated, with a stone countertop and a lot of cabinet space. The bathroom is an old-school tiled number with a Deco tub that looks original.

The building has laundry, a super and an elevator. And, as noted, the park is close at hand, as are the F and G trains at Fort Hamilton. So, less fortuitously, is the Prospect Expressway.

The broker is Wassim Fakhereddine of Corcoran, and the rent is $2,550 a month. Dog owners, you’re out of luck. Non-dog-owners, interested?

[Listing: 50 Ocean Parkway #6E | Broker: Corcoran] GMAP

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

Brooklyn Apartments for Rent in Windsor Terrace at 50 Ocean Parkway

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