Prospect Heights Condo With Two Terraces, Six Closets, Built-ins Asks $1.595 Million

This modern condo offers high ceilings, two outdoor spaces, and a thoughtful layout designed by the late Karl Fischer, a prolific architect with work scattered across the borough who was known for livable interiors. It’s on the fifth floor of 238 St. Marks Avenue, a building completed in 2010.

Dubbed Vantage 238, the eight-story building has an elementary school on the ground floor and 20 condo units above. This apartment has two bedrooms and two baths to go along with its two terraces.

The living/dining space has wood floors and a wide stretch of windows with a door leading out to the largest of the outdoor spaces. A corner of the living area that is big enough to accommodate a small dining table also has built-in shelves.


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The living room is open to the kitchen, which has white slab-fronted cabinets, white Caesarstone counters and the expected stainless steel appliances. The entry has a small foyer and a coat closet, something of a rarity in New York homes.

The other terrace is off the master bedroom, which also has an en suite bath with soaking tub, more built-ins and two closets. There are a total of six closets in the unit, including one which houses the washer/dryer.

The building has a roof deck, private storage space and bike storage. This unit has taxes of $21 a month and common charges of $915 a month. The building has a 421-a tax abatement.

The unit last sold in 2015 for $1.275 million. It’s now on the market for $1.595 million with Justin Dupree and Abby Dupree of Compass. What do you think?

[Listing: 238 St. Marks Avenue #5A | Broker: Compass] GMAP

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