It’s big, it’s beautiful and it’s a condo — in a landmarked brownstone. This fetching two-bed, two-bath sits at the top floor of a 25-foot-wide house at 214 Park Place in Prospect Heights. Fully renovated six years ago, it’s a nice unit in fine shape, with an attractive kitchen, a lot of built-ins and a functional layout.
Weighing in at around 1,100 square feet, it’s got a spacious living room and an open-plan kitchen in the front, separated by an island with a white stone countertop. The former has a wall of built-in shelving/cabinetry and a wood-burning fireplace. Also nice big windows, which are reputed to offer a skyline view.
The two bedrooms — a decent-sized master and a small second bedroom, good for a kid’s room — are in the rear. The master has an en suite bath, a lot of closets and built-ins — shelves, a desk, closets, cabinets — along two walls. It’s doesn’t leave a lot of options in terms of bed placement or other matters of layout, but there’s no dearth of storage.
Bathrooms aren’t pictured, but they were renovated along with the rest of the place, according to the listing, from Joan Goldberg at Brown Harris Stevens. There’s new wiring, plumbing, windows and central air; also a washer/dryer housed in a hallway closet.
The B/Q trains are on the corner and the 2/3 aren’t far off; Prospect Park is close at hand.
Converted 20 years ago, the house has four units. Maintenance and taxes come to $859 a month.
The ask is $1.295 million, which isn’t exactly low, but it may not be a reach. What do you make of the pricing and of the place itself?
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