Here’s a prewar Prospect Heights two-bedroom that’s spacious, attractive and nicely set up for sharing with two full bathrooms. It’s also well located, in a six-story building at 225 Sterling Place, near Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the shops and restaurants of Vanderbilt Avenue.
The common spaces are generous, with a raised entrance foyer that’s open to a large living and dining room, with parquet floors, crown moldings, an arched doorway and a niche with shelves in the dining area.
The kitchen is a tight squeeze but nicely renovated, with a black granite countertop and backsplash, a microwave and a window. Only one of the bedrooms is pictured, and there’s no floor plan, but the listing promises “two real bedrooms” (along with “ample closet space”). For what it’s worth, the one shown is decently sized and bright.
The building’s got a doorman and basement laundry. The Q and 2/3 trains are close at hand.
Listed by Wassim Fakhereddine of Corcoran, the place is renting for $4,500 a month, with a half-month broker fee. Is it speaking to you?
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