Located in the heart of Park Slope, 265 1st Street blends contemporary and classic design details to create a sophisticated aesthetic in which tradition meets modern. The homes' kitchen and bath finishes far surpass expectations and the large windows and ample storage in every room compliment thoughtful layouts. Building features include private outdoor space for each unit, a video voice intercom system, vented washer and dryer connections, Samsung high efficiency multi zone heating and cooling systems, Tom Dixon light fixtures in the kitchens and bathrooms, and a private storage room for each homeowner.
The kitchens flow into a large entertainment space and are embellished with elegant polished White Carrara countertops, gray lacquered cabinetry, Bertazzoni stainless steel gas ranges with Zephyr hoods, Liebherr custom panel integrated refrigerators, Miele stainless steel dishwashers, and Jenn-Air under-counter microwaves.
Each home boasts bathrooms as stunning as the rest of the apartment showcasing Velvet Zebra Gray limestone walls and floor tile in each master bath, Carrara Bianco wall tile and patterned cement floor tile in the guest baths, white Carrara vanity countertops with undermount Lacava lavatory sinks, grey lacquered cabinetry, Watermark bronze fixtures including rain showerheads, thermostatic tub and shower systems, tinted grey glass full-height medicine cabinets, and Toto toilets. Additional apartment features include walnut hardwood flooring, double paned windows, recessed lighting, bountiful natural light, and generous closet space. And whether used to relax and gaze out at the neighborhood or simply to enjoy the outdoors, private yards or rooftop terraces belonging to each unit are a lovely place to escape within the comfort of your own home.
This boutique condominium is the perfect place to call home in Park Slope. Surrounded by cherished Brooklyn staples like al di la, Fanny's, the Brooklyn Museum, and the 585 acre Prospect Park, 1st Street is central to all that the neighborhood has to offer. Other local favorites include Sheep Station, Miriam, ZuZu Ramen, Blue Ribbon, Union Market and the Barclays Center. These unique shops, restaurants and more offer a convenient lifestyle in the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn. Located three blocks from the R train, the building offers convenient access to Wall Street in 23 minutes and Grand Central Terminal in 30 minutes. In addition to servicing Manhattan, the subway connects to the Atlantic Terminal (the borough's largest train station) and popular neighborhoods and attractions such as Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), and the Brooklyn waterfront along the East River.
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* Recent sales in area is compiled by properties having the same bedroom count or same bathroom count, property type, location, and a similar price range. Sales history may include properties with varied amenities and conditions (views, layout, market timing and other significant variables). Contact agent for more details regarding this information.
Common Charges: $173.61
Real Estate Tax: $359.56
Mortgage Calculator Approx. square ft: 1,186 sf
Property Type: Condominium
Building Type: Walkup
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