Here’s a two-bedroom apartment in the Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District that has two bay windows and a decent amount of space. Located at 212 Lefferts Avenue, the Beaux-Arts building was designed in 1905 by Frank S. Lowe, who also designed the row houses across the street and The Standish in Brooklyn Heights.
The spacious living room, showcased by the bay windows, opens up to an equally-large dining room. There’s a fair amount of space here to try different things — nevermind the popcorn ceilings and what appear to be mirrored wardrobes.
Speaking of the mirrored wardrobe, another one can be found in the master bedroom, which is where the other bay window is located. The second bedroom is small and might be better served as an office.
The renovated galley kitchen has an in-wall table for eating and plenty of cabinet and counter space. There’s a large closet in the hallway, next to the bathroom.
While the listing deems the unit a potential three-bedroom, the dining area would need quite a bit of work to be converted and has no windows.
Prospect Park is a quick walk away, and the apartment is barely a block from the Sterling Street station. Compass’s Nichole Thompson-Adams has the listing for $2,400 a month. Would you rent it?
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