Windsor Terrace No Fee:
Beautiful 450 sq.ft. 6th floor studio with a huge eat in kitchen, great south light and views, and 3 closets. There are 2 large closets in the entry foyer, which opens to the full size gut renovated EIK with sleek white cabinets and stainless appliances including dishwasher and micro. There is a nice sized dining area with corner windows facing South and West with views of the Verrazzano. The main room is approximately 20x13 and has inlaid floors and base and crown moldings. There is a small alcove at the bathroom with a large linen closet, and the full sized bathroom with original tiles/tub.
The apartment is in an immaculate 1941 pre-war elevator building with live-in super, large clean laundry room and a gorgeous lobby and manicured front lawn 1 block from Prospect Park and the F/G trains at Fort Hamilton Parkway. Guarantors permitted, cats ok.
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East 17th Street at Cortelyou Road:
Enormous 3 bedroom, 2 bath apartment on the top floor of a well-maintained elevator building steps from the Q and great shopping along Cortelyou Road. The apartment has 2 coat closets at the entrance, which opens to a lovely arched foyer - at right, the 13 x 20 living room facing West, at left the Eat In Kitchen with white appliances and cabinets. Down the hall is another closet, plus linen closet and the full bathroom. The master bedroom has 2 exposures, a large closet, and an en-suite bathroom with shower stall. The 2nd bedroom faces South and East, and has a large closet, while the 3rd bedroom is smaller and has a closet as well.
The building has a live-in super and laundry room, landscaped front yard and entrance. The Flatbush Food Coop, Purple Yam, Bashi, Lea, Castello Plan, Mimi's, Sunday Greenmarkets and the Q are steps away.
Prospect Park South
Most of my listings are in neighborhoods that were part of Flatbush, before Flatbush merged with the town of Brooklyn back in the day. Flatbush was rural until around 1900, when subway lines started reaching the area, and farms were sold into lots either for 1-2 family houses or large pre-war multifamily buildings.