The duplex apartment behind the door marked 107 in the Park Slope Terrace Condominiums at 675 Sackett Street offers two levels of flexible space accented with natural light and materials. The latter includes stone floors on the lower floor and the built-in maple closets and cabinets throughout.
Enter on the upper level and you can walk 25 feet before you hit the wall facing you. Because a bedroom was removed from this floor, this space is large, open and, thanks to a wall of south-facing windows, filled with light.
This room is punctuated by a large, mostly open kitchen featuring stainless-steel appliances and an abundance of granite counter tops and maple cabinets. Of special interest is the wide wooden cutting board — perfect for serving up everything from sandwiches to sushi — that serves as a wide prep area and faces the living room.
The master suite shares this floor as well. It’s also extra large at 16.5 by 11.4 feet. It has a large walk-in closet and a luxuriously big bathroom featuring a Jacuzzi soaking tub for relaxation and a linen closet. There is also another bathroom on this floor.
The lower level also has a large recreation space that could serve as a second living room, home theater or children’s play area. This level has extra-high 10-foot, 8-inch ceilings and five built-in closets and cabinets for storage. There is a built-in entertainment center and a Eurocave wine fridge. There is a built-in home office area for students and home entrepreneurs.
Also on this level is a bathroom with large soaking tub. There is also a washer-dryer on this level. Central air cools the entire apartment.
Building extras include Verizon Fios and Direct TV-ready hook-ups, bike storage, a laundry room. Outdoor space includes a shared garden on the ground floor and a roof deck with panoramic city views. There is onsite parking for a fee.
The R train is only a block away and the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, and LIRR are short walk away at Atlantic Terminal. Some of Park Slope’s finest dining and shopping options are nearby; you can pick up a hat at Goorin Brothers then tuck into ribs at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que in the same afternoon.
Listed by Aran Scott and Anthony Robles of Douglas Elliman, the apartment is asking $1.675 million. Monthly taxes are low at $96 and common charges are $750.