This spacious Greenwood Heights condominium feels like a detached home. With 1,900 square feet of space, it offers abundant room, with such amenities as an office and den/home entertainment center. The living room flows from a modern, open kitchen to dining area to garden for entertaining possibilities. It’s an ideal layout for indoor/outdoor living.
The lower floor of the condominium is expansive, with a room den that is ready to be converted in to the ultimate home theater. Plentiful windows make this a sunny space, and the floor contains an office. A stairway leads to the secluded, south-facing garden. The living area is flanked by the two bedrooms, which are bright and convenient. The kitchen features warm cherry wood cabinets, Carrara marble counters and stainless steel appliances.
The location is convenient to two of Brooklyn’s largest green spaces: Prospect Park and Green-Wood Cemetery, from which Greenwood Heights derives its name. It also is near two of Brooklyn’s most coveted elementary schools: P.S. 172 and P.S. 295, as well as JHS 88. Residents enjoy the current renaissance of shops, bakeries and restaurants in the area, as well as close proximity to Park Slope. Access to the city is convenient via the 25th Street stop on the R train. This is an exclusive listing of Ellen Gottlieb of Brooklyn Bridge Realty.
The ask is $1.299 million with monthly common charges of $540 and real estate taxes of approximately $34 (the building is eight years into a 25-year abatement). Check out more photos below.