This triplex condo feels like a townhouse and is in a circa-1899 building, but has been updated for modern living. (The best of both worlds, perhaps?) Located on Eastern Parkway, the apartment is in close proximity to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum, and offers plenty of space and privacy, including two outdoor areas. Listed by Ideal Properties Group for $2.295 million, the four-bedroom's cost appears to make sense, given its impressive sprawl.
At the ground level, you'll enter a living room with dark hardwood floors and stylish recessed lighting. For those who prefer interiors divided into discrete areas, the layout here will appeal: The living room leads to a separate dining room featuring exposed brick. The kitchen, which is spacious, well-lit, and outfitted with custom cabinetry, comes next; it's kitted with chef-friendly appliances, including a five-burner stove, dishwasher, and wine fridge.
The stairs lead to a large family room on the second level, a laundry room with a washer and dryer, and two of the bedrooms, which look a touch narrow but have sizeable closets and a shared full bath. On the third floor, you'll find the huge, airy master bedroom, which feels especially luxurious thanks to soaring, 20-foot ceilings; it also comes with a massive walk-in closet, en suite bath, and a private balcony. On the opposite side of this level is the fourth bedroom, which could double as an office or guest room; it also has its own bath.
At the uppermost level is a mezzanine loft area, which can double as a cozy nook for reading and lounging. Finally, take the stairs up to a private roof deck with 360-degree views and tons of potential to serve as an additional hangout space.
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