Just steps from Prospect Park, this charming, bright and renovated pre-war one-bedroom offers a slice of townhouse living in an ideal North Slope location.
Original Pre-War Details
10'3" High Ceilings
Large Living Room
Stainless Steel Appliances
Just steps to Prospect Park, this charming, bright and renovated pre-war one-bedroom offers a slice of townhouse living in an ideal North Slope location.
Nestled on landmarked Lincoln Place in prime North Park Slope, this sunlit property is on the third floor of a pre-war brownstone with preserved Renaissance Revival details including intricately carved trim and a painted metal cornice. This one bedroom wears its pre-war character on its sleeve, with 10'3" high ceilings, period-correct Revival lintels and casings wrapping oversized windows, original decorative fireplace and crown moldings, wide-plank hardwood floors and exposed brick. The home was just refreshed, skim-coated and repainted, and offers a large living room, newly renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, renovated bathroom, and cozy bedroom with good closet space.
Ideally situated in the Park Slope Historic District between Eighth and Seventh Avenues, 206 Lincoln Place is a pet-friendly 10-unit brownstone co-op with basement storage dedicated to each unit and a washer-dryer. The location is superb, with just a short Brownstone-lined walk to the 2/3/B/Q, Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, Saturday Greenmarket, Seventh & Fifth Aves., the Food Coop, Prospect Heights and the Brooklyn Museum/Botanical Gardens.
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