In the Park Slope Historic District, this one-bed room apartment provides large ceilings, classic facts these kinds of as parquet and stained glass, and a wander-in closet. It is found in the entrance of the fourth and top flooring of 582 5th Street, a circa 1900 pale brick apartment constructing with neo-Classical ornament, a bowed front and two large Beaux Arts-type cornices.
Now 8, the walkup’s first 4 flats experienced key appointments when new. A 1915 advertisement for one of the apartments describes “nine unusually gentle significant rooms,” plus two tiled bogs, two “extra” sinks (presumably in or in close proximity to bedrooms), parquet, wall tile in the kitchen area, together with a “wall secure, bookcases in library, hall rack, electric light” and a “beamed ceiling.” They also experienced butler’s pantries, old listings exhibit.
Unit 4F has an entry hall with a closet, not too long ago renovated kitchen area, bay window in the residing area overlooking 5th Street and ceiling fans in each area, in accordance to the listing. The living place has a attractive mantel (not first) and moldings. The large bedroom is similarly appointed with parquet and moldings, as well as a French doorway.
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The kitchen, also sizable, has a placing black and white checked flooring, white cupboards, a superior amount of counter house and place for a desk. The bathroom is significant as perfectly and has a deep classic tub, stained glass window and initial border tile with a raised floral garland in fragile pastels.
Mentioned by Marie Lee Parker of Corcoran, the unit is inquiring $2,800 a month (and there is a broker rate). Really worth it?
[Listing: 582 5th Street, 4F | Broker: Corcoran] GMAP
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