For $1.4M, this full-floor Park Slope co-op comes with a private rooftop oasis


Photo credit: Shannon Dupré, DD Reps

Asking $1,375,000, this two-bedroom co-op at 144 Park Place at the border between Park Slope and Prospect Heights is a sunny top-floor home with a fresh renovation, clean lines, and inspiring city views. But the full-floor walk-up (it’s on the sixth floor but only three flights up) shows its best advantage in summertime: Just upstairs, a full private roof deck offers space for dining, gardening, and entertaining in enviable Brooklyn style.

The home begins with an airy, sun-filled living room graced with a modern wood-burning fireplace. Though recently renovated in a clean, European style, original details–window shutters and decorative molding, to name a few–remain. The apartment has split central AC and heat throughout, an in-unit vented washer/dryer, and plenty of closets and storage.

Off the living room is a sunny open kitchen with new appliances and plenty of workspace. The dining area–with a built-in bar–is big enough for dinner parties.

The larger bedroom is spacious and quiet, overlooking pretty neighborhood gardens. A second, smaller bedroom is perfect for use as a home office. The clean, modern bathroom gets sunshine from a skylight.

The crown jewel of this Brooklyn home sits just up a well-designed wooden staircase. The planted, landscaped rooftop terrace–complete with automatic irrigation–is perfect for summer BBQs and for gazing at the Manhattan skyline beyond.

[Listing details: 144 Park Place, Unit 6 at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Amy Mendizabal]


Photo credit: Shannon Dupré, DD Reps

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