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179 Ocean Parkway

Apt. 3C
Between Church Avenue and Caton Avenue
Coop
$395,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G Subway number B Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F McDonald Ave - Albemarle Rd
Subway number G McDonald Ave - Albemarle Rd
Subway number B Marlborough Rd - Beverly Rd
Subway number Q Marlborough Rd - Beverly Rd
Essentials
Price $395,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Exposure North
Key Features
Pet Friendly
Excellent Light
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Walk-In Closets

This one bedroom coop apartment features classic, prewar details that include hardwood floors, moldings, and high ceilings. The large galley, windowed kitchen has plenty of room for a breakfast table—it awaits your personal style for an update. The spacious living area also has room for dining as well. Both the living room and bedroom get great light and there is abundant closet space. This apartment does not face the Parkway and it is extremely quiet.

179 Ocean Parkway is a 4 story, prewar, walkup building that is immaculately maintained. It has an impressive, large entry lobby adjacent to a common area courtyard. There is a central laundry room and bicycle storage. The building is conveniently located at the Kensington / Windsor Terrace border and is three blocks from Prospect Park. The express bus to Manhattan is on the corner and the F and G subway trains are close by at Fort Hamilton. There are a multitude of shopping, cafe & restaurant choices in all directions. Dogs are allowed with board approval. And lastly, the low monthly maintenance is an added attraction.

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Kensington
Living in Kensington
A traditional Brooklyn neighborhood, Kensington is nestled between Borough Park and Ditmas Park. The lush expanses of Prospect Park and tony boutiques of Park Slope are within easy reach from this primarily residential area. Stately brick row houses appeal to residents from all walks of life, and the central strip of Ocean Parkway is a bustling hive of activity. High-rise apartment buildings and independent shops line this broad boulevard, with landscaped malls, benches and chess tables marking its fringes. Kensington is slowly changing, attracting cafes, bakeries and bars in recent years as new residents move in. The F and G trains serve Kensington’s western edge, and the Q is close at hand.
Explore Kensington
179 Ocean Parkway
Details
Prewar
Built in 1923
4 floors
38 units
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common storage
Common terrace

This home has been sold

179 Ocean Parkway
Apt. 3C
Between Church Avenue and Caton Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $395,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Exposure North

This one bedroom coop apartment features classic, prewar details that include hardwood floors, moldings, and high ceilings. The large galley, windowed kitchen has plenty of room for a breakfast table—it awaits your personal style for an update. The spacious living area also has room for dining as well. Both the living room and bedroom get great light and there is abundant closet space. This apartment does not face the Parkway and it is extremely quiet.

179 Ocean Parkway is a 4 story, prewar, walkup building that is immaculately maintained. It has an impressive, large entry lobby adjacent to a common area courtyard. There is a central laundry room and bicycle storage. The building is conveniently located at the Kensington / Windsor Terrace border and is three blocks from Prospect Park. The express bus to Manhattan is on the corner and the F and G subway trains are close by at Fort Hamilton. There are a multitude of shopping, cafe & restaurant choices in all directions. Dogs are allowed with board approval. And lastly, the low monthly maintenance is an added attraction.

Pet Friendly
Excellent Light
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Walk-In Closets
Kensington
Living in Kensington
A traditional Brooklyn neighborhood, Kensington is nestled between Borough Park and Ditmas Park. The lush expanses of Prospect Park and tony boutiques of Park Slope are within easy reach from this primarily residential area. Stately brick row houses appeal to residents from all walks of life, and the central strip of Ocean Parkway is a bustling hive of activity. High-rise apartment buildings and independent shops line this broad boulevard, with landscaped malls, benches and chess tables marking its fringes. Kensington is slowly changing, attracting cafes, bakeries and bars in recent years as new residents move in. The F and G trains serve Kensington’s western edge, and the Q is close at hand.
Explore Kensington
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G Subway number B Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F McDonald Ave - Albemarle Rd
Subway number G McDonald Ave - Albemarle Rd
Subway number B Marlborough Rd - Beverly Rd
Subway number Q Marlborough Rd - Beverly Rd
179 Ocean Parkway
Details
Prewar
Built in 1923
4 floors
38 units
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common storage
Common terrace