140 8th Avenue #5R
Come see 140 8th Ave #5R an expansive, freshly painted, one bedroom in a prime Park Slope, full service building. This distinguised coop, in the Park Slope Historic District, is an Art Deco classic that was built in 1936. It has a doorman and a live in super for top shelf service. The building features a furnished lobby for visiting with your neighbors, two common gardens to enjoy the blooming cherry trees in the spring, a common laundry and meeting room/playroom, bike racks and storage cages in the basement, currently with a waiting list.
You enter into a gracious foyer with built in shelves and doorway arches. There are hardwood parquet floors throughout. From your fifth floor perch you will look west, over the “slope” of Park Slope, for great light and amazing sunsets.
The updated kitchen incorporates a spacious windowed room with Corian countertops, stainless steel appliances with a Bosch dishwasher and stove, and a large, side-by-side, Jenn-Air refrigerator. There is a charming pantry closet with an original built-in cabinet.
The king-sized bedroom is 188sf and has unique, steel-frame casement windows for the art deco touch. You can fit any bedroom furniture that you want and there is a ceiling fan.
The comfortable, 262sf, living room offers full flexibility for furnishing as both living and dining rooms, and there is a ceiling fan. The spacious bathroom has original art deco fixtures including an enormous tub and a pedestal sink. There are a total if five closets in the apartment with the highlight of a massive walk in, that some neighbors have converted into a home office space.
This pet friendly building is conveniently located just a block from Prospect Park where you and your dog can participate in FIDO’s activities in NYC largest off leash community. You can also frequent the farmer’s market on Saturday, all year round, or just explore the 585 acres of Brooklyn’s big backyard. There is easy access to shopping and dining on 7th Avenue and the 2/3 trains at Grand Army Plaza and the B/Q trains at 7th Avenue. And, there is a Citibike station right on the corner of Garfield Place and 8th Ave.
Monthly maintenance = $1,601 and includes electricity, plus there is a capital assessment for $66.05 that ends on 1/31/23.
Come see for yourself, why this is one of Park Slope’s favorite buildings.
Carroll Street & Garfield Place