This one-bedroom rental on the top floor of a Neo-Grec row house in Park Slope appears neat as a pin and has historic appeal with details such as a mantel and wood floors with an inlay border. Just a short walk from Prospect Park, it’s located at 1222 8th Avenue, in the Park Slope Historic District Extension.
The two-story house is one of a row of brick houses with stone lintels and bracketed cornices constructed circa 1887 and attributed to builder William H. Wirth.
The floor-through apartment is entered through an internal living room, which is windowless but open to the windowed kitchen on one side and a home office with a wall of closets on the other. The windowed room at the front of the apartment is designated as the bedroom, but the apartment could be arranged in a few different ways to take advantage of the light. The front room also has an original mantel, now painted, a closet and louvered doors separating it from the rest of the apartment.
The kitchen has an attractive stretch of white cabinets, a wood (or faux wood) counter and backsplash, and room for small table.
While the entire apartment looks like it’s been freshened with new white paint, there’s a splash of color in the bathroom. It has a mid century blue mosaic tile floor and wall tiles in a corresponding color.
Listed by Jesse Temple and Scott Morrow of Halstead, the apartment is asking $2,350 a month. a month. Anyone interested?
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