This floor-through three-bedroom co-op is charming, with three exposures and original details. Located at 560 Dean Street, it’s on the second floor of a prewar walkup in the Prospect Heights Historic District.
Space is the main attraction here, of which there is plenty. With three bedrooms — the one in the back that could be used as an office — the layout is ideal for a family.
The bay-windowed living room is quite large, with a decorative fireplace and arched intricate fretwork divide. There are parquet floors here and most other rooms, minus the dining room and kitchen.
Each bedroom is adequately sized, with a single window and the aforementioned parquet floors. Unfortunately, only one has a closet, but there is extra storage space in the living room and the office.
Counter space is limited in the kitchen, but there’s a dishwasher, plenty of cabinet space and what looks like new appliances. The washer/dryer can be found here as well.
There are new floors both here and in the dining room, which has built-in oak cabinets. A long gallery leads from the entrance to the dining room.
Only the full-bath, and not the powder room, is pictured. It appears recently renovated and has a tub and a tiled floor.
The unit also comes with private basement storage and there’s common bike storage. The board will determine if any pets are acceptable.
Designed circa 1902 by Axel Hedman, the building is one in a Renaissance Revival row of three. Just three blocks from Barclays Center, the home is quite central — perhaps to a fault, considering it shares a block with a firehouse and a playground.
Corcoran’s Tracey McLean has the listing, which is asking $1.295 million, with $630 in monthly fees. What do you think?
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