279 Prospect Park W Unit: 1-C, Brooklyn, NY 11215
This bright, peaceful, and expansive loft triplex is designed to provide not only the feeling of large open spaces but also offers appropriate ceiling heights on all floors and division of space for privacy within the home. Highlights include central air, wood burning fireplace, nearly 11' ft ceilings, Open views of the neighboring townhouses and rear gardens, self venting washer and dryer, a fully appointed kitchen with large pantry and dishwasher and a gated parking spot.
Some neighborhood attractions are the Nitehawk Cinema, Ample Hills Creamery, restaurants such as Krupa Grocery, Double Windsor, Giovanni's.
Prospect Park is just 4 short blocks away and the F and G trains just 3 blocks away.
The layout has separate spaces and the apartment functions like a 2 bedroom, 2 bath. The unique design of the apartment doesn't lend itself to conventional room count (see offering plan for details*).
Park West Commons is a professionally managed 24 unit building offering a lovely common garden, gated parking for every owner, and video intercom. Currently zoned for PS 154. In 1975, the building was cast as the bank, First Bank of Brooklyn, in the Al Pacino classic film "Dog Day Afternoon". Sorry no dogs.
Located at the border of Park Slope and Windsor Terrace, this apartment has it all!
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