Turner Towers

135 Eastern Parkway, 2J

Prospect Heights   |   Underhill Avenue & Washington Avenue

Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 1,095,000
Rooms 4.5
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 1,581
Financing Allowed 80%
Listing ID: 305577

Property Description

TIMELESSLY ELEGANT WITH A MODERN TWIST! This 1,200 sq ft classic NYC home has the warmth, grace and flow that only a prewar apartment can provide. The elegant foyer is practically a room in itself and flows easily into the large living and dining room. The cheerful eat-in kitchen offers banquet seating and is a chefÂ’s dream with its rich, dark cabinetry, high-end appliance package, stone counters and subway tile back splash. Down the hall are two extra-roomy bedrooms and two meticulously re-imagined bathrooms. Both baths are beautifully renovated and respect the Art Deco era of the building. TheyÂ’re a pretty mix of classic subway and hexagonal tile, and feature high-end period hardware and a beautiful claw foot tub. The home's rich history is revealed in its exquisite herringbone parquet floors, original Art Deco hardware, original plaster walls and high beamed ceilings. The plaster and concrete soundproof construction ensures that the home is practically whisper quiet. ItÂ’s many other features include: custom-built closets (including cedar), the ability to put in your own washer/dryer (with board approval) and 9 windows. Significantly, the building is redoing all of the plumbing. This apartment has already completed the project and there are all new risers and branch lines. Built in 1926, Turner Towers remains one of NYCÂ’s most iconic landmark buildings. It offers concrete construction (which allows for exceptional soundproofing), white glove services, an elegant marble lobby, a top-of-the-line gym, a professionally landscaped ROOF TERRACE and basement storage (upon availability). It's situated on the nation's first parkway, designed by Central ParkÂ’s Frederick Olmsted and designated a National Scenic Landmark in 1978. The neighborhoodÂ’s destination cafes and restaurants are at your fingertips including: MayfieldÂ’s, Oxalis, Tooker Alley and the legendary TomÂ’s Diner. The 2/3 trains are right outside your door and it's across the street from BrooklynÂ’s cultural heart: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Museum and Prospect Park. This is an opportunity to own a piece of classic NYC history. SHOWING BY APPOINTMENT
TIMELESSLY ELEGANT WITH A MODERN TWIST! This 1,200 sq ft classic NYC home has the warmth, grace and flow that only a prewar apartment can provide. The elegant foyer is practically a room in itself and flows easily into the large living and dining room. The cheerful eat-in kitchen offers banquet seating and is a chefÂ’s dream with its rich, dark cabinetry, high-end appliance package, stone counters and subway tile back splash. Down the hall are two extra-roomy bedrooms and two meticulously re-imagined bathrooms. Both baths are beautifully renovated and respect the Art Deco era of the building. TheyÂ’re a pretty mix of classic subway and hexagonal tile, and feature high-end period hardware and a beautiful claw foot tub. The home's rich history is revealed in its exquisite herringbone parquet floors, original Art Deco hardware, original plaster walls and high beamed ceilings. The plaster and concrete soundproof construction ensures that the home is practically whisper quiet. ItÂ’s many other features include: custom-built closets (including cedar), the ability to put in your own washer/dryer (with board approval) and 9 windows. Significantly, the building is redoing all of the plumbing. This apartment has already completed the project and there are all new risers and branch lines. Built in 1926, Turner Towers remains one of NYCÂ’s most iconic landmark buildings. It offers concrete construction (which allows for exceptional soundproofing), white glove services, an elegant marble lobby, a top-of-the-line gym, a professionally landscaped ROOF TERRACE and basement storage (upon availability). It's situated on the nation's first parkway, designed by Central ParkÂ’s Frederick Olmsted and designated a National Scenic Landmark in 1978. The neighborhoodÂ’s destination cafes and restaurants are at your fingertips including: MayfieldÂ’s, Oxalis, Tooker Alley and the legendary TomÂ’s Diner. The 2/3 trains are right outside your door and it's across the street from BrooklynÂ’s cultural heart: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Brooklyn Museum and Prospect Park. This is an opportunity to own a piece of classic NYC history. SHOWING BY APPOINTMENT

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

A/C
135 Eastern Parkway Prospect Heights Brooklyn NY 11238

Building Details [135 Eastern Parkway]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1179/47
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1926
Floors/Apts 16/182

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Cinema Room
Common Storage
Fitness Facility
Laundry Rooms
Playroom

Building Statistics

$ 817 APPSF

Closed Sales Data [Last 12 Months]

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Loan Amount

Klara Madlin

License

Licensed Real Estate Broker


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