416 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11226

416 Ocean Avenue Apt: 66
Brooklyn NY 11226

Cross street:Crooke Avenue

Building

Type:Low-rise
Era:Post-war
Floors:9

Property

Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 5
Bedrooms: 2 BR
Bathrooms: 1
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $899,000
Maintenance: $710.86
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $89,900

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578 Driggs Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Description

THE SHOWSTOPPER! This light-filled, grand and glamourous home will put a smile on your face from the moment you enter. Gut-renovated in 2016 by its architect-owners itÂ’s evident that no detail went unnoticed in its transformation. The exceptional care and craftsmanship that went into its design is apparent everywhere you look. The objective was to create a luxuriously modern space, while still honoring its classic lines and Art Deco heritage. Perhaps best of all, it can easily be converted to a still generously-sized 3-bedroom home without sacrificing any of its elegant design (see both floor plans). The home's rich history is revealed in its high beamed ceilings and white oak herringbone parquet floors, which have been carefully restored to their original grandeur. Light spills in from oversized windows which frame lush, tree-top views. There are two bedrooms, a sunny living room and an elegant, welcoming foyer. The magnificent open kitchen is a chefÂ’s dream with its stunning custom-built waterfall island, Porcelanosa countertops, high-end stainless steel appliance package and exhaust hood. The windowed bathroom couldnÂ’t be prettier and features Carrera marble mosaic tile, designer hardware, clever built-ins, rain shower and deep soaking tub. The renovations extend to the infrastructure with updated electrical, FIOS wiring, and new plumbing branch lines. Its many other features include: ample storage and closet space, (including a dreamy walk-in in the master!), sleek, contemporary steam radiators, restored plaster mouldings, new baseboards, solid-core doors and custom built-ins. Built in 1924 by renowned Art Deco architect Charles B Meyers this iconic landmark building was originally the prestigious Brace Bridge Hotel and is said to be the home of many of the original Brooklyn Dodgers. Much of the original details remain, including the beautiful limestone cornices and the magnificent marble lobby with its brass handrails, elegant archways, Art Deco elevator doors and coffered ceiling. This pet-friendly building offers a live-in super, a part-time doorman, bike and private storage (upon availability) and a new laundry room. YouÂ’re in the heart of Prospect Park South, which is quickly becoming BrooklynÂ’s newest *it* neighborhood with its destination cafes and restaurants, like: Loud Baby, Risbo and Les' Blooms. The B/Q train is on the next block (only 4 stops to Manhattan!). YouÂ’re down the street from the Parade Ground, which has endless recreational activities including horse stables, basketball courts and sports classes. You're a short walk to both the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Prospect Park, with its miles of running and cycling trails, a newly renovated 32,000 sq ft skating rink, playgrounds, tennis courts and so much more. Experience a quality of life you may not have thought possible in this historic and picturesque pocket of BrooklynÂ...

Amenities

Bike Room; Laundry Room; Common Storage;

  • Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Part Time Doorman

Neighborhood

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THE SHOWSTOPPER ! This light filled, grand and glamourous home will put a smile on your face from the moment you enter.

Description

THE SHOWSTOPPER! This light-filled, grand and glamourous home will put a smile on your face from the moment you enter. Gut-renovated in 2016 by its architect-owners itÂ’s evident that no detail went unnoticed in its transformation. The exceptional care and craftsmanship that went into its design is apparent everywhere you look. The objective was to create a luxuriously modern space, while still honoring its classic lines and Art Deco heritage. Perhaps best of all, it can easily be converted to a still generously-sized 3-bedroom home without sacrificing any of its elegant design (see both floor plans). The home's rich history is revealed in its high beamed ceilings and white oak herringbone parquet floors, which have been carefully restored to their original grandeur. Light spills in from oversized windows which frame lush, tree-top views. There are two bedrooms, a sunny living room and an elegant, welcoming foyer. The magnificent open kitchen is a chefÂ’s dream with its stunning custom-built waterfall island, Porcelanosa countertops, high-end stainless steel appliance package and exhaust hood. The windowed bathroom couldnÂ’t be prettier and features Carrera marble mosaic tile, designer hardware, clever built-ins, rain shower and deep soaking tub. The renovations extend to the infrastructure with updated electrical, FIOS wiring, and new plumbing branch lines. Its many other features include: ample storage and closet space, (including a dreamy walk-in in the master!), sleek, contemporary steam radiators, restored plaster mouldings, new baseboards, solid-core doors and custom built-ins. Built in 1924 by renowned Art Deco architect Charles B Meyers this iconic landmark building was originally the prestigious Brace Bridge Hotel and is said to be the home of many of the original Brooklyn Dodgers. Much of the original details remain, including the beautiful limestone cornices and the magnificent marble lobby with its brass handrails, elegant archways, Art Deco elevator doors and coffered ceiling. This pet-friendly building offers a live-in super, a part-time doorman, bike and private storage (upon availability) and a new laundry room. YouÂ’re in the heart of Prospect Park South, which is quickly becoming BrooklynÂ’s newest *it* neighborhood with its destination cafes and restaurants, like: Loud Baby, Risbo and Les' Blooms. The B/Q train is on the next block (only 4 stops to Manhattan!). YouÂ’re down the street from the Parade Ground, which has endless recreational activities including horse stables, basketball courts and sports classes. You're a short walk to both the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Prospect Park, with its miles of running and cycling trails, a newly renovated 32,000 sq ft skating rink, playgrounds, tennis courts and so much more. Experience a quality of life you may not have thought possible in this historic and picturesque pocket of BrooklynÂ...

Amenities

Bike Room; Laundry Room; Common Storage;

  • Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Part Time Doorman

Neighborhood

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