Here’s a one-bedroom duplex condo in Windsor Terrace with a private parking space and roof deck. Located at 279 Prospect Park West, the spacious unit is thoroughly modern and only four blocks away from the southwestern corner of Prospect Park.
It also comes with a unique history attached. The building, a former factory built in 1920 and converted to condos in 1988, starred in the 1975 Al Pacino film “Dog Day Afternoon” as the Brooklyn National Bank.
Inside, the high-ceilinged main living space has an entire wall of nearly floor-to-ceiling windows and a working wood burning fireplace. It’s quite large as well, adaptable to a variety of living/dining configurations, and has a skylight, according to the floorplan.
The kitchen, which has a pass-through that looks out on the main living area, comes with a lot of counter space, storage above and below and a washer/dryer located in a separate closet.
On the second floor is the master bedroom with en suite bath, walk-in closet and stairs to the roof deck. Loft-like in its configuration, the bedroom is partially visible from the ground floor, which considerably limits privacy.
Amenities in the building include a common garden, a video intercom and gated parking for every owner. The listing notes that there’s new HVAC and central air throughout the apartment.
The home is 3.5 blocks from the 15 Street-Prospect Park F and G station and, as previously mentioned, only four blocks from Prospect Park.
Douglas Elliman’s Peter Perez, Anthony Robles and Aran Scott have the listing, which is asking $999,999. Common charges add up to $500. Does it match its Hollywood pedigree?
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