On the garden level of an 1890s Park Slope brownstone, this studio apartment offers an abundance of storage along with period details like a mantel, pocket doors, wood floors and built-ins.
It is also just a block away from Prospect Park and within the the Park Slope Historic District at 643 10th Street. The brownstone is one of a row of four Romanesque Revival-style houses with L-shaped stoops and checkerboard ornamentation beneath the windows of the upper story.
While a studio, it has a large main living space, a walk-in closet, a separate eat-in kitchen and bonus storage in a mudroom. The living space takes up what would have been the original dining room and it still has the original wainscoting, mantel, wood floors with inlaid border and built-in china cabinet. A closer look at all the details is provided via a video tour.
There’s another built-in in the short hallway that leads to the windowed kitchen. The latter has a tile floor, plenty of white cabinets and a pantry.
The bath is off the kitchen and has white fixtures, white subway tile walls and a 1930s-era built-in hamper.
Access to the garden — presumably shared — is through the mudroom, which has a tin ceiling, wainscoting, wall shelves and room for odds and ends.
Priced at $2,450 a month, the apartment is listed with Trisha Webster of Brooklyn Properties. What do you think?
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