A two-bedroom rental in an early 20th century limestone in Sunset Park is within walking distance of the park and has charming details like a decorative mantel, tin ceilings and wood floors. It’s on the top floor of 451 41st Street, one of a row of circa 1900 two-family houses.
The floor-through apartment includes two bedrooms plus a home office, according to the listing. The living room is at the front of the unit with wood floors, a columned wood mantel, moldings and windows in the angled bay. A photo shows that bay provides a pretty lovely view of the nearby beehive dome of St. Michaels.
The windowed galley kitchen looks sharp and fairly recently renovated, with white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a glass tile back splash.
Only one of the two bedrooms is shown but the wood floors and tin ceiling of the living room are repeated here. There are also two windows in the space. There’s no mention of closets in the listing so it’s tough to judge the storage potential. The details of the home office are also unclear as it’s not pictured in the listing.
The black and white bathroom has a basketweave tile floor, vintage tub and modern sink cabinet.
It’s available for rent for $2,500 a month with Justin Tierney and Manuel Del Nido of Corcoran. A good deal?
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