25 Plaza Street West, Brooklyn, New York, 11217

25 Plaza Street West Apt: 1M
Brooklyn NY 11217

Cross street:Berkeley Place

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: $829,000
Maintenance: $1,029.27
Financing Allowed: 80%
Minimum down: $165,800

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

Description

Welcome home to The Berkeley, a gorgeous pre-war coop that perfectly marries elegance with practical living.

Entering residence 1M, the open concept living room & dining room welcomes homeowners and visitors alike. The spacious entryway has been outfitted with a custom array of coat hooks. Further in, the dining area boasts hand-built banquet seating with storage beneath.

The living room is situated in the middle of the apartment and functions as a gathering space as well as a place to relax and unwind.

Windowed pocket doors separate the bedroom from the living room and transom windows above ensure that light and air can move freely through the apartment. Leave them all open to create a massive airy space or slide them all closed for privacy.

The bedroom can easily accommodate a king-sized bed (queen-size shown here) and wide, west-facing windows bring in plenty of afternoon sunshine.

The second room is perfect for use as a nursery, office, reading area or meditation room. There are built-in shelves carved into one wall and separate entrances allow for airflow.

The 10' kitchen features green glass tile backsplash, quartz countertops and cherry hardwood floors. There is ample counter and cabinet space as well as a pantry with customizable Elfa shelving. Full-sized appliances include a dishwasher and microwave. Opposite the kitchen, the middle area is currently used as an office but can easily accommodate a play area or second dining area.

At the back of the apartment is an 8' X 5' dressing room outfitted with a customizable Elfa closet system. Next to it, there are three floor-to-ceiling closets: the first is double wide, the second is double deep and the third is lined with shelves perfect for picnic blankets, linens, tools and supplies. The current owners store a five-piece drum kit as well as a full wardrobe in one of the closets with ease.

The bright windowed bathroom features white tiling, pebble stone flooring a pedestal sink along with a recently reglazed bathtub. Washer-dryer installation is allowed in the apartment and there are period details such as arched doorways and hardwood flooring throughout.

Located a half-flight of stairs up from the first floor, apartment 1M looks out at the back of the parlor-level townhouses down the hill along 8th avenue.

The Berkeley is a doorman elevator building with two roof decks: one facing the arch at Grand Army Plaza and the other boasting stunning views of Brooklyn, Manhattan, New York Harbor, New Jersey, and Staten Island. Sunsets and East River fireworks never grow old.

The building is pet-friendly and allows for co-purchasing, guarantors and pied-a-terres. The lobby and hallways were recently renovated and the basement features a common laundry room as well as bike storage accessible via the elevators. Additionally, there is a storage room and parking garage within the building - note there is a waitlist for both. There is a live-in super as well as part-time doorman: 8am to midnight, seven days a week. The building is wired for FiOS and Spectrum.

The 2/3 train is at the end of the block, the B/Q trains are a little farther on Flatbush. Atlantic Barclays is right down the hill (go Nets!) and houses myriad subways as well as the LIRR to get out of town. There is a wealth of nearby restaurants and cafes on 7th Ave and on Flatbush. There is an even wider selection of food and shopping on Vanderbilt, Underhill and Washington in neighboring Prospect Heights. Union Market is around the corner along with Soul Cycle, an enormous Crunch gym and multiple pharmacies.

Grand Army Plaza plays host to a spectacular Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings. Just beyond, the Brooklyn Library, Botanic Gardens and Museum line Eastern Parkway. The Park Slope Food Coop is two blocks down on Union and saving the best for last, Prospect Park serves as a respite from the hustle of city life.

Amenities

Bike Room; Garage; Laundry Room; Roof Deck; Private Storage;

  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Garage
  • Laundry Room
  • Part Time Doorman
  • Roof Deck

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Welcome home to The Berkeley, a gorgeous pre war coop that perfectly marries elegance with practical living.

Description

Welcome home to The Berkeley, a gorgeous pre-war coop that perfectly marries elegance with practical living.

Entering residence 1M, the open concept living room & dining room welcomes homeowners and visitors alike. The spacious entryway has been outfitted with a custom array of coat hooks. Further in, the dining area boasts hand-built banquet seating with storage beneath.

The living room is situated in the middle of the apartment and functions as a gathering space as well as a place to relax and unwind.

Windowed pocket doors separate the bedroom from the living room and transom windows above ensure that light and air can move freely through the apartment. Leave them all open to create a massive airy space or slide them all closed for privacy.

The bedroom can easily accommodate a king-sized bed (queen-size shown here) and wide, west-facing windows bring in plenty of afternoon sunshine.

The second room is perfect for use as a nursery, office, reading area or meditation room. There are built-in shelves carved into one wall and separate entrances allow for airflow.

The 10' kitchen features green glass tile backsplash, quartz countertops and cherry hardwood floors. There is ample counter and cabinet space as well as a pantry with customizable Elfa shelving. Full-sized appliances include a dishwasher and microwave. Opposite the kitchen, the middle area is currently used as an office but can easily accommodate a play area or second dining area.

At the back of the apartment is an 8' X 5' dressing room outfitted with a customizable Elfa closet system. Next to it, there are three floor-to-ceiling closets: the first is double wide, the second is double deep and the third is lined with shelves perfect for picnic blankets, linens, tools and supplies. The current owners store a five-piece drum kit as well as a full wardrobe in one of the closets with ease.

The bright windowed bathroom features white tiling, pebble stone flooring a pedestal sink along with a recently reglazed bathtub. Washer-dryer installation is allowed in the apartment and there are period details such as arched doorways and hardwood flooring throughout.

Located a half-flight of stairs up from the first floor, apartment 1M looks out at the back of the parlor-level townhouses down the hill along 8th avenue.

The Berkeley is a doorman elevator building with two roof decks: one facing the arch at Grand Army Plaza and the other boasting stunning views of Brooklyn, Manhattan, New York Harbor, New Jersey, and Staten Island. Sunsets and East River fireworks never grow old.

The building is pet-friendly and allows for co-purchasing, guarantors and pied-a-terres. The lobby and hallways were recently renovated and the basement features a common laundry room as well as bike storage accessible via the elevators. Additionally, there is a storage room and parking garage within the building - note there is a waitlist for both. There is a live-in super as well as part-time doorman: 8am to midnight, seven days a week. The building is wired for FiOS and Spectrum.

The 2/3 train is at the end of the block, the B/Q trains are a little farther on Flatbush. Atlantic Barclays is right down the hill (go Nets!) and houses myriad subways as well as the LIRR to get out of town. There is a wealth of nearby restaurants and cafes on 7th Ave and on Flatbush. There is an even wider selection of food and shopping on Vanderbilt, Underhill and Washington in neighboring Prospect Heights. Union Market is around the corner along with Soul Cycle, an enormous Crunch gym and multiple pharmacies.

Grand Army Plaza plays host to a spectacular Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings. Just beyond, the Brooklyn Library, Botanic Gardens and Museum line Eastern Parkway. The Park Slope Food Coop is two blocks down on Union and saving the best for last, Prospect Park serves as a respite from the hustle of city life.

Amenities

Bike Room; Garage; Laundry Room; Roof Deck; Private Storage;

  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Garage
  • Laundry Room
  • Part Time Doorman
  • Roof Deck

Neighborhood

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