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404 3rd Street

Apt. B3
Between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
Coop
$645,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number G 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number R 4th Ave - 9th St
Essentials
Price $645,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2
Exposure South & West
Key Features
Dishwasher
Exposed Brick
Modern Kitchen
Prewar Detail

Bright, warm and blending beautiful prewar detail with a top notch renovation, this one-bedroom home is Park Slope perfection.

Clad in brick, the long gallery hallway opens onto a spacious living room with nearly 10' ceilings, original parquet flooring and warm exposed brick. The sunny south-facing window wall looks out on a peaceful, leafy scene and features built-in storage and book shelves offset by the decorative fireplace with custom-made mantle.

The open kitchen was brilliantly renovated to include quartz countertops with bar seating, Bertazzoni range, GE dishwasher and a Blomberg refrigerator. Clever features like a built-in wine rack and bar create the perfect means for entertaining. Vintage inlaid glass doors were sourced for the closets and bathroom, which is large and classic with rustic tiling and pedestal sink.

404 3rd Street, with its bright red door and welcoming entry garden is the quintessential Park Slope co-op on the most lush and picturesque block in the neighborhood. A wonderful rooftop patio surrounded by tender greenery and with skyline views is the ultimate common space to relax and soak up the sun. The building also features a newly renovated common laundry area, free bike storage, and unit B3 comes with its own large storage closet. The co-op is cat-friendly and accepts dogs on a case-by-case basis.

Of course, the location is nonpareil: just one block to the JJ Byrne park and playground, which features a dog run and the Old Stone House--a nationally registered historic site and replica of a Dutch house originally built in 1699. Located just off 5th Avenue you are in the thick of Park Slope's finest dining and shopping including the new Whole Foods just two blocks away as well as the nearby F, G and R trains.

Park Slope
Living in Park Slope
With historic brownstones on tree-lined avenues and one of New York's most exceptional green spaces, Prospect Park, there's a lot to recommend Park Slope.
Explore Park Slope
404 3rd Street
This beautiful, 16-unit, self-managed limestone co-op is situated on a tree-lined street between 5th and 6th Avenues in Park Slope. This co-op features a shared roof deck, bicycle parking and storage in the basement for $200 a year.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1931
4 floors
16 units
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Private storage

This home has been sold

404 3rd Street
Apt. B3
Between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $645,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2
Exposure South & West

Bright, warm and blending beautiful prewar detail with a top notch renovation, this one-bedroom home is Park Slope perfection.

Clad in brick, the long gallery hallway opens onto a spacious living room with nearly 10' ceilings, original parquet flooring and warm exposed brick. The sunny south-facing window wall looks out on a peaceful, leafy scene and features built-in storage and book shelves offset by the decorative fireplace with custom-made mantle.

The open kitchen was brilliantly renovated to include quartz countertops with bar seating, Bertazzoni range, GE dishwasher and a Blomberg refrigerator. Clever features like a built-in wine rack and bar create the perfect means for entertaining. Vintage inlaid glass doors were sourced for the closets and bathroom, which is large and classic with rustic tiling and pedestal sink.

404 3rd Street, with its bright red door and welcoming entry garden is the quintessential Park Slope co-op on the most lush and picturesque block in the neighborhood. A wonderful rooftop patio surrounded by tender greenery and with skyline views is the ultimate common space to relax and soak up the sun. The building also features a newly renovated common laundry area, free bike storage, and unit B3 comes with its own large storage closet. The co-op is cat-friendly and accepts dogs on a case-by-case basis.

Of course, the location is nonpareil: just one block to the JJ Byrne park and playground, which features a dog run and the Old Stone House--a nationally registered historic site and replica of a Dutch house originally built in 1699. Located just off 5th Avenue you are in the thick of Park Slope's finest dining and shopping including the new Whole Foods just two blocks away as well as the nearby F, G and R trains.

Dishwasher
Exposed Brick
Modern Kitchen
Prewar Detail
Park Slope
Living in Park Slope
With historic brownstones on tree-lined avenues and one of New York's most exceptional green spaces, Prospect Park, there's a lot to recommend Park Slope.
Explore Park Slope
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number G 4th Ave - 9th St
Subway number R 4th Ave - 9th St
404 3rd Street
This beautiful, 16-unit, self-managed limestone co-op is situated on a tree-lined street between 5th and 6th Avenues in Park Slope. This co-op features a shared roof deck, bicycle parking and storage in the basement for $200 a year.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1931
4 floors
16 units
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Private storage