Perfectly perched on sought after 4th street in prime Park Slope, this sunny, south facing one bedroom in a well run Park Slope elevator coop makes for a truly wonderful ...

333 4th Street Apt: 2J
Brooklyn NY 11215
Cross street:5th Avenue

Building

Type:Low-rise
Era:Post-war
Floors:6

Property

Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 3
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $575,000
Maintenance: $682
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $57,500

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578 Driggs Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Courtesy of Warburg Realty Partnership, Ltd.

Description

Perfectly perched on sought-after 4th street in prime Park Slope, this sunny, south-facing one bedroom in a well-run Park Slope elevator coop makes for a truly wonderful home. Enter the apartment to an oversized foyer that can easily be repurposed into an office space and where storage abounds via two large closets and plenty of space to hang coats and hats. Off to the right is the perfectly symmetrical living room and dining room, making for numerous layout choices and all flanked by the open kitchen and 3 of the apartment's 6 south-facing windows. On the other end of the home is the oversized, also perfectly symmetrical bedroom which has two south-facing windows of its own. Even the large bathroom with a full tub has its owns south-facing window. No shortage of sunlight here! Apartment 2J has been lovingly kept by its owners and comes replete with hardwood floors throughout, pocket doors, pristine moldings and an inviting layout all at an affordable price with low maintenance to boot. 333 4th street is a well-run elevator coop just 3.5 blocks from Prospect Park and a half block from one of Brooklyn's best weekly farmer's market, not to mention restaurants and shopping galore along 5th and 7th avenue. In addition, this pet-friendly building features both storage and bike storage.

Amenities

Bike Room; Laundry Room; Common Storage; Private Storage;

  • Elevator
  • laundry-room
  • Voice Intercom

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Perfectly perched on sought after 4th street in prime Park Slope, this sunny, south facing one bedroom in a well run Park Slope elevator coop makes for a truly wonderful ...

Description

Perfectly perched on sought-after 4th street in prime Park Slope, this sunny, south-facing one bedroom in a well-run Park Slope elevator coop makes for a truly wonderful home. Enter the apartment to an oversized foyer that can easily be repurposed into an office space and where storage abounds via two large closets and plenty of space to hang coats and hats. Off to the right is the perfectly symmetrical living room and dining room, making for numerous layout choices and all flanked by the open kitchen and 3 of the apartment's 6 south-facing windows. On the other end of the home is the oversized, also perfectly symmetrical bedroom which has two south-facing windows of its own. Even the large bathroom with a full tub has its owns south-facing window. No shortage of sunlight here! Apartment 2J has been lovingly kept by its owners and comes replete with hardwood floors throughout, pocket doors, pristine moldings and an inviting layout all at an affordable price with low maintenance to boot. 333 4th street is a well-run elevator coop just 3.5 blocks from Prospect Park and a half block from one of Brooklyn's best weekly farmer's market, not to mention restaurants and shopping galore along 5th and 7th avenue. In addition, this pet-friendly building features both storage and bike storage.

Amenities

Bike Room; Laundry Room; Common Storage; Private Storage;

  • Elevator
  • laundry-room
  • Voice Intercom

Neighborhood

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