This four-bedroom Park Slope co-op is airy and graceful, with original details and a newly renovated kitchen. It occupies the upper two floors of a North Slope brownstone, at 127 Park Place, near Flatbush Avenue, in the Park Slope Historic District.
The living area offers nice high ceilings for an upper floor, along with archways in front and rear, crown moldings and other plaster detailing, new wide-plank floors, and a working fireplace with a marble mantle in the living room. The kitchen is nicely done, in a Restoration Harware-ish kind of way, with painted cabinetry, a panel-doored fridge and a farmhouse sink.
Upstairs is a master with another marble fireplace and an en suite bath, which sports some wild wallpaper and a claw foot tub, in the front. There are three other bedrooms, one of which is quite small and shares its space with a laundry closet, and is probably best suited for an office space. There’s a second full bath with a walk-in shower, and a half-bath on the lower level.
The big downside here is a lack of outdoor space, though plans for a roof deck have been approved, so there’s the option to build one.
Listed by Lesley Semmelhack of Corcoran, the unit — which carries monthly fees of $1,000 — is asking $2.6 million. Which could be said to flip the standby broker’s line about getting a house for the price of an apartment, and one with no existing outdoor space.
Still, it’s a nice unit, and when it came up for sale a year ago at $2.19 million, it went for over ask, at $2.25 million. Since then the kitchen was redone; whether that merits another $350K is a matter for the market to decide. What do you think?
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