Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
By: Stefanos ChenPublished: 12/26/2019Source: The New York Times
Featuring James Cornell, Henze Marvin, and Leslie Marshall's listing at 156 Prospect Park West, Park Slope:
Park Slope Co-op • $1,450,000 • BROOKLYN • 156 Prospect Park West, No. 4R
A three-bedroom, one-bath apartment on the top floor of a pet-friendly, prewar, eight-unit walk-up; with high ceilings, a living room with arched windows overlooking Prospect Park, a master bedroom with Manhattan views, original wood detailing, a washer and dryer, and a private rooftop deck.
James Cornell, 718-923-8081, Henze Marvin, 415-420-2438, Leslie Marshall, 718-923-8034, Corcoran, corcoran.com
MAINTENANCE $606 a month
PROS It is across the street from Prospect Park and zoned for the coveted Public School 107. The apartment comes with private storage space in the basement and the building has bike and stroller storage. There are windows in every room, including the bathroom.
CONS While the main living spaces and the master bedroom are large, the other two bedrooms are on the small side and face the building next door. There is only one bathroom and it could use updating. The private roof deck can only be reached by leaving the apartment and going up the main stairwell.
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