230 Park Place, 5K

Prospect Heights   |   Vanderbilt Avenue & Carlton Avenue

Price Drop
Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 799,000 [ 5.44% | $ 46,000 ]
Rooms 4
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 1,453
Financing Allowed 80%
Listing ID: 1949624

Property Description

Light-filled and pin-drop quiet, this junior four--one-bedroom plus den, one bath home combines the best of prewar elegance with contemporary updates. At 230 Park Place on one of Brownstone Brooklyn's most elegant streets can be found the graciously proportioned rooms, herringbone hardwood floors with intarsia inlays and close to nine-foot ceilings of Apartment 5K.

The classic entry foyer offers two deep closets and leads to the expansive living and dining room with a bright view of sky and the charming architectural styles of Prospect Heights, recessed lighting and a Friedrich window air conditioner with swing function and remote control. Through the French doors is the den or home office with a bay window and contemporary lighting.

The efficiently designed kitchen with walnut-colored wood cabinetry with soft-close hinges, a white quartz countertop with mosaic glass tile backsplash and a deep, undermount sink can open to the den via a pocket door to add more light. Stainless steel appliances feature a Frigidaire Professional five-burner electric range and microwave, a Samsung French door refrigerator with deep freezer drawer and a GE Profile dishwasher. The kitchen could be opened to the living room with approval from the cooperative's board of directors.

A gallery with a closet connects the entry foyer to the bedroom with its own deep closet. The bedroom can fit a king-sized bed and additional, substantial furniture and offers a lighted ceiling fan and a window air conditioner, both with separate remote controls. The recently renovated, windowed bathroom, clad in subway tiles, features a separate tub and a rainforest shower, recessed and globe lighting, slate tile flooring, a marble windowsill and two mirrored medicine cabinets.

Apartment 5K is wired for Verizon FiOS, and all closets are fitted with the Elfa storage system. Currently, there is a monthly capital assessment of $46.80.

A pet-friendly community, 230 Park Place features full-time door staff, a superintendent, two elevators, a spacious lobby with Art Deco accents and a laundry room, bike storage and storage (when available) for a fee.

The Prospect Heights Historic District, on the United States National Register of Historic Places, features a variety of 19th Century and early 20th Century architectural styles and local shops and restaurants along Vanderbilt and Flatbush Avenues such as Dough, Hungry Ghost Coffee, Union Market, Faun, Olmsted and Sweet Chick.

230 Park Place is just two blocks from Grand Army Plaza with its Saturday Greenmarket, the Brooklyn Public Library and the 2 and 3 trains. At the end of the block are the B and the Q trains, both partially above-ground commutes with stunning Manhattan views. Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the boutiques and restaurants along Park Slope's 7th Avenue are all within easy reach.
Light-filled and pin-drop quiet, this junior four--one-bedroom plus den, one bath home combines the best of prewar elegance with contemporary updates. At 230 Park Place on one of Brownstone Brooklyn's most elegant streets can be found the graciously proportioned rooms, herringbone hardwood floors with intarsia inlays and close to nine-foot ceilings of Apartment 5K.

The classic entry foyer offers two deep closets and leads to the expansive living and dining room with a bright view of sky and the charming architectural styles of Prospect Heights, recessed lighting and a Friedrich window air conditioner with swing function and remote control. Through the French doors is the den or home office with a bay window and contemporary lighting.

The efficiently designed kitchen with walnut-colored wood cabinetry with soft-close hinges, a white quartz countertop with mosaic glass tile backsplash and a deep, undermount sink can open to the den via a pocket door to add more light. Stainless steel appliances feature a Frigidaire Professional five-burner electric range and microwave, a Samsung French door refrigerator with deep freezer drawer and a GE Profile dishwasher. The kitchen could be opened to the living room with approval from the cooperative's board of directors.

A gallery with a closet connects the entry foyer to the bedroom with its own deep closet. The bedroom can fit a king-sized bed and additional, substantial furniture and offers a lighted ceiling fan and a window air conditioner, both with separate remote controls. The recently renovated, windowed bathroom, clad in subway tiles, features a separate tub and a rainforest shower, recessed and globe lighting, slate tile flooring, a marble windowsill and two mirrored medicine cabinets.

Apartment 5K is wired for Verizon FiOS, and all closets are fitted with the Elfa storage system. Currently, there is a monthly capital assessment of $46.80.

A pet-friendly community, 230 Park Place features full-time door staff, a superintendent, two elevators, a spacious lobby with Art Deco accents and a laundry room, bike storage and storage (when available) for a fee.

The Prospect Heights Historic District, on the United States National Register of Historic Places, features a variety of 19th Century and early 20th Century architectural styles and local shops and restaurants along Vanderbilt and Flatbush Avenues such as Dough, Hungry Ghost Coffee, Union Market, Faun, Olmsted and Sweet Chick.

230 Park Place is just two blocks from Grand Army Plaza with its Saturday Greenmarket, the Brooklyn Public Library and the 2 and 3 trains. At the end of the block are the B and the Q trains, both partially above-ground commutes with stunning Manhattan views. Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the boutiques and restaurants along Park Slope's 7th Avenue are all within easy reach.

Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

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Apartment Features

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230 Park Place Prospect Heights Brooklyn NY 11238

Building Details [230 Park Place]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1164/42
Building Type Low-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1937
Floors/Apts 6/81

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Common Storage
Courtyard
Laundry Rooms

Building Statistics

$ 932 APPSF

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Klara Madlin

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