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55 Prospect Pl Brooklyn, NY 11217 (Park Slope) See your commute times

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
  • 92 Days on Trulia
  • Multi-Family Home

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55 Prospect Place
55 Prospect Pl Located in Park Slope (North) in a 150-year old brownstone, this upper duplex apartment is on one of the most beautiful tree-lined blocks between 5th and 6th avenues. On the lower floor is a living room, dining room, kitchen, half-bath, study/office or small room and an outdoor (approx. 9X20 sq. ft.) balcony/terrace provided by an extension that was added to the house. The living and dining rooms each have original white marble fireplaces. The half-bath is also original to the house. The top floor of the upper duplex is where one finds 3 bedrooms of varying sizes, a full bathroom and a ...walk-in closet with a skylight. The largest bedroom has both a fireplace and a very large closet. The largest and middle sized bedrooms also have the remnants of original wash basins. The house is 3-blocks from the Bergen Street station on the #2 subway line or the 7 Avenue station on the Q lines. The Barlcay center / Atlantic Avenue station is less than a 10-minute walk away from the house where the 4/5/B/D/N/R subways, as well as the Long Island Railroads are accessible. Grocers, shopping and service business are in proximity and include Key Food, a 24-hour Pathmark supermarket, 24-hour Duane Reade, Gorilla Coffee, 3 Laundromats and all the restaurants and thrift clothing shops imaginable. It is one block to Flatbush Avenue and 8-blocks to Prospect Park, The Brooklyn Library, and the Botanical Gardens and Downtown Brooklyn. The first term lease rental can either be for a 12 or 24-months once financial solvency is successfully completed. Monthly rental includes heat and hot water.
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