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135 Eastern Parkway

Apt. 3D
Between Underhill Avenue and Washington Avenue
Coop
$1,140,000

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Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Washington Ave - Eastern Pkwy
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Essentials
Price $1,140,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 4
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,127
Key Features
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet friendly
Great closet space
Hardwood floors
Marble bath
Modern kitchen

PERFECTION! From the moment you enter this elegant, architect-designed home it’s evident that no detail went unnoticed and no expense was spared in its masterful renovation. The exceptional care and craftsmanship that went into its design is apparent everywhere you look. The gracious and welcoming foyer opens into a stunning living room and dining area. The kitchen is a chef’s dream with its honed Imperial Danby marble counters, tile work by renowned design house Walker Zanger, GE Café appliances, a clever butler’s pantry and a built-in wine fridge. Both bedrooms are generously-sized, and the master is extra-special with its ensuite bath and his and hers closets. The master bath features Porcelanosa tile, Newport Brass fixtures, the original cast iron tub and a gorgeous marble, basalt and limestone mosaic floor. The second bath is a pretty and pristine mix of classic tile and modern fixtures. The home's rich history is revealed in its carefully restored herringbone parquet floors and high beamed ceilings. Its many other features include: upgraded electrical, data wiring and branch lines, skim-coated original plaster walls, 5 custom-designed closets, 3 exposures, 8-ft solid core doors and exquisite designer hardware, chandeliers and pendants. You’re perfectly located at Turner Towers, one of NYC’s most iconic landmark buildings. It offers concrete construction (which allows for exceptional soundproofing), white glove services, an elegant marble lobby, gym, playroom and basement storage (upon availability). It's situated on the nation's first parkway, designed by Central Park’s Frederick Olmsted and designated a National Scenic Landmark. It's across the street from Brooklyn’s cultural heart: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Museum and Prospect Park. The 2/3 trains are right outside your door and you're a heartbeat away from all of the neighborhood’s amazing cafes and restaurants. This is a rare opportunity to own a classic piece of NYC history.

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Prospect Heights
Living in Prospect Heights
New and old converge in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Prospect Heights, thanks to a sprawling historic district, trendy cuisine options and brand new attractions. The diverse community, with an impressive collection of libraries, museums and public art events, treats its residents to a daily dose of cultural experiences, as well as plenty of green spaces for enjoying time outdoors.
Explore Prospect Heights
135 Eastern Parkway
Turner Towers
Full-Service Pre-War Beauty In Prospect Heights
This elegant 1926 co-op features a grand lobby, full-time doorman and full staff, a gym, storage, a bike room, a community room, a playroom and more. Pets are permitted. Conveniently located across from the 2 and 3 trains, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Prospect Park and the Botanical Gardens.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1926
15 floors
186 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common storage
Exercise room
Package room
Playroom

This home has been sold

135 Eastern Parkway
Apt. 3D
Between Underhill Avenue and Washington Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $1,140,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 4
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,127

PERFECTION! From the moment you enter this elegant, architect-designed home it’s evident that no detail went unnoticed and no expense was spared in its masterful renovation. The exceptional care and craftsmanship that went into its design is apparent everywhere you look. The gracious and welcoming foyer opens into a stunning living room and dining area. The kitchen is a chef’s dream with its honed Imperial Danby marble counters, tile work by renowned design house Walker Zanger, GE Café appliances, a clever butler’s pantry and a built-in wine fridge. Both bedrooms are generously-sized, and the master is extra-special with its ensuite bath and his and hers closets. The master bath features Porcelanosa tile, Newport Brass fixtures, the original cast iron tub and a gorgeous marble, basalt and limestone mosaic floor. The second bath is a pretty and pristine mix of classic tile and modern fixtures. The home's rich history is revealed in its carefully restored herringbone parquet floors and high beamed ceilings. Its many other features include: upgraded electrical, data wiring and branch lines, skim-coated original plaster walls, 5 custom-designed closets, 3 exposures, 8-ft solid core doors and exquisite designer hardware, chandeliers and pendants. You’re perfectly located at Turner Towers, one of NYC’s most iconic landmark buildings. It offers concrete construction (which allows for exceptional soundproofing), white glove services, an elegant marble lobby, gym, playroom and basement storage (upon availability). It's situated on the nation's first parkway, designed by Central Park’s Frederick Olmsted and designated a National Scenic Landmark. It's across the street from Brooklyn’s cultural heart: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Museum and Prospect Park. The 2/3 trains are right outside your door and you're a heartbeat away from all of the neighborhood’s amazing cafes and restaurants. This is a rare opportunity to own a classic piece of NYC history.

Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet friendly
Great closet space
Hardwood floors
Marble bath
Modern kitchen
Prospect Heights
Living in Prospect Heights
New and old converge in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Prospect Heights, thanks to a sprawling historic district, trendy cuisine options and brand new attractions. The diverse community, with an impressive collection of libraries, museums and public art events, treats its residents to a daily dose of cultural experiences, as well as plenty of green spaces for enjoying time outdoors.
Explore Prospect Heights
Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number S Subway number B Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Washington Ave - Eastern Pkwy
Subway number 3 Washington Ave - Eastern Pkwy
Subway number 4 Franklin Ave - Eastern Pkwy
Subway number 5 Franklin Ave - Eastern Pkwy
Subway number S Franklin Ave - Eastern Pkwy
Subway number B Carlton Ave - Park Pl
Subway number Q Carlton Ave - Park Pl
135 Eastern Parkway
Turner Towers
Full-Service Pre-War Beauty In Prospect Heights
This elegant 1926 co-op features a grand lobby, full-time doorman and full staff, a gym, storage, a bike room, a community room, a playroom and more. Pets are permitted. Conveniently located across from the 2 and 3 trains, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Prospect Park and the Botanical Gardens.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1926
15 floors
186 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common storage
Exercise room
Package room
Playroom