For those who prefer clean, modern finishes, this Prospect Heights co-op seems more thoughtfully converted than the typical cookie-cutter gut renovation of an historic building. The layout and use of space appear considered — plus because the building dates from the early 20th century, the ceilings are high.
There’s an entry with a coat closet and spot for a landing strip, and the combined living room/dining room is just big enough to be usable. We like the funky green tile in the kitchen too.
Located on the top floor of a four-story, 16-unit walkup at 250 Park Place, the compact unit has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The wood floors appear original and there are built-in shelves in the living area. There is also an in-unit washer/dryer and four closets.
Located close to Grand Army Plaza, the building has a shared roof deck, bike room and storage lockers. The monthly maintenance for the apartment is $1,112.
Listed by Marta Maletz and Mike Davis, the unit is asking $799,000. What are your thoughts?
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