This one-bedroom co-op is handsomely appointed and fairly spacious, with a loft level that adds a significant amount of square footage. It’s on the first floor of a 24-unit complex at 295 St. Marks Avenue in Prospect Heights.
The unit has its own separate street entrance with a small entry foyer, which opens via French doors into a double-height living room. A sliding ladder leads up to the low-ceilinged loft space, which runs the length of the unit.
There are two separate areas up there, divided by a hallway; both are big enough for bedrooms, and one’s quite large, with a wall of bookcases.
There’s one proper bedroom, which is 10 feet square and has a single window and a wall of closets.
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The open kitchen is fetching, with custom cabinets in walnut and Caesarstone countertops. The refrigerator placement’s a little odd, but nothing you couldn’t get used to. Street noise and/or privacy issues might be a more meaningful issue, given the first-floor location.
There are radiant-heated floors, and there’s a stacked washer and dryer in the white-tiled bathroom.
The building offers common storage and a bike room, as well as a shared garden with picnic tables, grills, and vegetable plots.
Listed by Sarah Chamberlin and Kirsten Syrett of Halstead, the unit is asking $630,000. Maintenance runs $777.44 a month. Seem on target? What do you think of the place?
Monday, August 01, 2016