Here’s a charming floor-through co-op in the Park Slope Historic District, in good shape and with some choice original detail. Located at 902 President Street, it sits a half block from Prospect Park.
It’s on the second floor of a four-story brick and brownstone Queen Anne-style building, with three bedrooms. But that doesn’t mean it’s spacious — it might be best for a couple rather than a family and is priced accordingly.
The kitchen has a green tiled backsplash, cabinets reaching to the ceiling and an opening that looks out to the main living area. White walls, hardwood floors and a wood-burning fireplace with mantel can be found here, along with plaster wall moldings and three bay windows.
Pocket doors lead to a bedroom off the main living area, with a large closet. The only problem is that the closet houses the washer/dryer, which means this space might be better equipped for a guest room or an office.
Of the two remaining bedrooms, the master has a decorative fireplace, custom walk-in closet, and dark wood window surrounds. The smaller has a wall of exposed brick, a wall of original wood panels, overhead storage
There’s only one bathroom in the apartment, which boasts a clawfoot tub and sconces.
The home is just up the block from the glamorous Tracy Mansion and four blocks from the Grand Army Plaza station.
Debra Bondy and Sally Marmet at Compass have the listing, which is asking $975,000. The monthly fees are $730. What do you think of it?
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