Located on the first floor of this ornate art deco coop building, this 2 bedroom is a great set up for many of those who are now working from home. Enter the unit through an 11ft long hallway that leads you to the foyer where a wonderful floor to ceiling built-in bookshelf display have been created to display your collection. Off the foyer is both an entrance to the eat-in windowed kitchen with butcher block countertops, charcoal slate floors, stainless steel appliances ( including a full-sized dishwasher and 5 burner stove with double oven), and Schoolhouse Electric lighting fixtures illuminating the area. The dining area flows into the living room and is framed by exquisitely archway which repeats throughout the apartment. The living room has parquet floors and picture railing. The living room, kitchen, and smaller bedroom windows have been outfitted with wonderful double hung plantation shutters to filter light and give privacy. Down the hall you will find the two bedrooms one larger and one smaller. The 2nd bedrooms could easily be turned into a home office. Finally there is a beautifully renovated bathroom with large stalled shower with window. The bathroom has been hand painted with a wonderful modern floral motif. The apartment has high ceilings, hardwood floors and four closets found throughout the apartment. The unit is located in close proximity to the entrance to the building's expansive shared yard with two gazebos, large trees and mature plants, which give the feeling of a small park. This is a must see!
Amenities abound in this PET-FRIENDLY coop: full-time door attendant, Art-Deco lobby, free bike and stroller storage, and cage storage available for a fee, laundry room located on the 1st floor, a community children's playroom in the basement, plus neighborhood favorite Milk & Honey Cafe is located in the building. Coop is maintained by a live-in super and several porters. Despite all these amenities, this coop has LOW monthly maintenance fees.
Nearby eateries include Ox Cart Tavern, Wattli, Rusty Nail, and Coffee Mob, plus Cortelyou Road's restaurants, bars, year-round Farmers Market, and Flatbush Food Coop. Add in the many pharmacies, banks, a local post office, and OperationGig, a weekly concert series on the neighborhood houses porches you will see why Ditmas Park feels like a small town in the big city.Only 3 short blocks to B and Q trains at Newkirk Plaza, and 0.6 miles to Cortelyou Road Q station.
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