The simple and elegant modern exterior of The Bentyn contains a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, each with private outdoor space. Located at 488 Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, it’s a 10-story building in the heart of one of Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods.
The expansive, airy interiors feature solid white hardwood oak flooring, oversized Quaker windows, Mitsubishi heating/cooling systems and washer/dryer connections.
The spacious yet practical kitchens incorporate Italian custom cabinetry, Carrara marble countertops, Fisher & Paykel refrigerators, gas cooktops and electric ovens, Lenova stainless steel sinks and Whirlpool integrated dishwashers, with select appliances set off by oil-rubbed bronze fixtures.
Master bathrooms are finished off with Carrara marble wall and floor tile, custom walnut vanities, spacious enclosed showers, Kohler sinks and chrome fixtures; while other bathrooms display a contrasting theme of Shadebrick Taupe ceramic wall tile and wood grain porcelain tiled floors.
Building amenities include an around the clock virtual doorman, a keyed package room, a shared roof terrace with superb views and a chic lobby with marble flooring and Venetian plaster walls.
Prospect Park is five blocks to the east, with the famed Prospect Park Bandshell a venue for live concerts and the BRIC Festival every summer. The nearby and recently revamped Nitehawk Theater provides a glamorous venue for a night at the movies.
Manhattan is 20 minutes away by subway, accessible via the 9th Street Station, located two blocks away.
Prices start at $1.149 million for the one-bedroom, 1.5 bath apartment, and $1.495 million for the three-bedroom. Visit the website for The Bentyn here. Appointments can be scheduled at 718-422-1488 or through email@example.com.