This spacious and serene two-bedroom has a house-like layout and loads of prewar charm. Enter into an oversized foyer that could be a gracious formal entryway, a home office, or be lined with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. From there, pass through a graceful, wide arch to an expansive living room that has recessed lighting. To the left, step up to a wonderful elevated dining area that leads to a bright, newly renovated kitchen with quartz countertops, an undermount sink, and lots of counter and storage space. There is a large, convenient pantry adjacent to the dining area. The open plan living/dining concept lends a great airy feeling to the apartment, while the raised dining area has the feel of a separate dining room so you have the best of both worlds!
Another pretty arch off the foyer leads to a hallway, off of which are the bedrooms and bathroom. The large master bedroom has three windows and two exposures, and the location of the closet makes the addition of a second bathroom possible (with board approval). Quaint Victorian homes across the way, along with beautiful trees, provide a classic Ditmas Park view. The large and pleasant second bedroom has a deep closet. The recently renovated, windowed bathroom has both a bathtub and a separate shower stall.
This home boasts so many great features: medium-brown, walnut-stained hardwood floors; prewar details such as arched entryways and a lovely arched shelved inset; crown moldings throughout; newly skim-coated walls; five big closets plus a deep pantry closet; and top-down/bottom-up blinds that lend both privacy and light.
An art deco co-op building, 1825 Foster Avenue is cat friendly and well maintained. Amenities include an elevator, a live-in super, an evening doorman, bike storage, a laundry room, a community room which has a play area and a small gym, and a common garden. Close to the B and Q trains and the many shops, restaurants, and cafes of Newkirk Avenue and Foster Avenue including Milk and Honey, Coffee Mob, Ox Tavern, Wattli, Westwood, and Rusty Nail. A short distance from Cortelyou Road amenities and year-round farmer's market as well as Prospect Park.