This Park Slope classic six co-op has high ceilings, great light, generous spaces and an elegant prewar feel. It’s on the second floor at 305 8th Avenue, at the corner of 3rd Street, a block from Prospect Park.
The living room and dining room are large and grand, with original moldings, parquet floors and big windows overlooking 8th Avenue. There’s a good sized foyer and a trio of hall closets up front.
Even the smallest bedroom is still decent sized and has a wall of built-in shelving; the middle one’s got a corner berth with windows galore; and the master’s got a wall of closets and an en suite bath with a washer-dryer hookup. The kitchen and pictured bathroom are renovated.
The pet-friendly building offers basement storage, a live-in super, a shared garden, laundry and bike storage. Common charges total $1,659 a month.
Listed by Corcoran brokers Chris Sheller and Juliette Garcia, the unit has seen two price drops since it hit the market in July. Starting at $1.75 million, it was lowered to $1.695 million, and the ask now stands at $1.65 million. Think that’ll be the magic number? What do you think of it?
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