196 5th Avenue # 2 Brooklyn, New York, 11217 United States

Park Slope
196 5th Avenue # 2
Brooklyn, New York, 11217 United States

Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty
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196 5th Avenue # 2

PRIME North Slope available for a June 1st or 15th move-in!800 sq ft, king sized plus, bright and airy, 1.5 bedroom apartment located on the top floor of three story brownstone building in prime north Park Slope (5th Avenue between Union and Sackett Sts). The apartment encompasses the entire top floor (3rd) of the building front to back.This cool and unique space possesses multiple possibilities for set up and furnishing. With great light and flow throughout the space this apartment is singular in terms of size and location.The bedroom is king sized plus measuring 15.3' 17' with 3 large south facing windows allowing for fantastic light throughout the day. There is one large closet and ample space for dressers, furniture, armoire etc.The middle room/ den measures 10.75' 11'.The living room/dining room measures 14.7' 10.8' with two large windows.Just off the living room/dining room is a windowed kitchen with a gas stove and stainless steel refrigerator.Full bathroom with tub and skylight.Dogs and cats welcome!Original, dark stained hardwood floors throughout, ceiling fans in both the bedroom and den. There is only one other apartment in the building on the floor below, so no upstairs or lateral neighbors.Laundry with drop off service on the block.Phenomenal 5th Avenue location with the best of Park Slope at your doorstep: shopping, restaurants, bars, cafes, groceries, etc. Park Slope Food Co-op 1.5 blocks away. 4 blocks to Prospect Park, 1.5 to Union St R Subway. 1 stop to Atlantic Terminal 2,3,4,5,B,D,Q,N,R, LIRR 10 minutes to Manhattan.

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