35 Prospect Park West, 7C - Park Slope, New York
35 Prospect Park West, Apt 7C offers a rare opportunity to live in a designer-renovated home at one of Brooklyn's most iconic and architecturally significant addresses. Located on Prospect Park in a full-service building, this classic six home has a generous layout, original parquet floors and moldings, and other elegant original interior details intact. This apartment exudes warmth and sophistication and exemplifies the thoughtful combination of new with old. Enter into a gracious 23-foot long foyer leading to the south-facing 25-foot formal living room with sweeping views of Brooklyn, complete with a wood-burning fireplace encased by custom built-in shelving. The 21-foot formal dining room, accessible from the foyer through a set of glass doors or the kitchen, can easily accommodate entertaining on grand scale and is cleverly configured with a second living area. The kitchen is fully complemented by a windowed breakfast area, Sub-Zero refrigerator, 48-inch Wolf range with warming oven and pot filler, full height Thermador wine fridge, Miele dishwasher, Italian cabinetry by Ceasar, Kallista nickel fixtures and original wall tile. An ample side-by-side laundry area is adjacent. The generously proportioned master bedroom has a southern exposure, cedar-lined walk-in closets, a windowed en-suite bath with black nero Marquina hex floors, and a custom oak vanity with Carrara top and Kallista nickel fixtures. The large second bedroom has a southern exposure, a walk-in closet, and a windowed en-suite bath with Carrera marble and nickel sconces and fixtures. A third bedroom with an en-suite powder room is readily accessed from the kitchen and dining room. This co-op, located on Brooklyn's storied Gold Coast, is steeped in history. 35 Prospect Park West, designed in 1929 by Emery Roth, known for The Eldorado, The Beresford and The San Remo, and hailed as "Head and Shoulders Above the Crowd,? has maintained its pre-war elegance and white-glove service. Come enjoy all Park Slope and Prospect Park have to offer, including proximity to numerous restaurants, cultural institutions and great transportation providing a 20 minute commute to lower Manhattan.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman