125 Eastern Pkwy APT 5A, Brooklyn, NY 11238, USA
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Corcoran, Tracey McLean Agent Valuation of this property is 1,795,000 USD
SPRAWLING 1,690 SQ FT PREWAR STUNNER WITH BREATHTAKING VIEWS! From the moment you enter this stylish, architect-designed home it's evident that no detail went unnoticed and no expense was spared. The exceptional care and craftsmanship that went into its design is apparent everywhere you look. There are three large bedrooms, an expansive light-filled living room, an elegant dining area, a cheerful eat-in kitchen and two full baths. The pretty kitchen features lacquered white cabinetry, a butler's pantry and a high-end appliance package. Both of the designer baths are outfitted with stunning marble, deep-soaking, cast iron tubs, glass tile and Restoration Hardware, Kalista and Brizo fixtures. The main bath is truly breath-taking with its steam shower and dual vanity.\n\nThe graceful flow, cross breezes, stunning southern exposure, luxuriously large rooms and 9+ foot ceilings allow it to feel peaceful, light and airy. You have your own washer/dryer, amazing custom closets (including a walkin!), pristine 4-inch centre-cut white oak floors and 14 windows along three exposures. But perhaps the best features of all are the picture-perfect views. You're overlooking the lush Botanic Garden and the Brooklyn Museum with its ornate Beaux-Arts façade, dancing fountains and lovely cherry trees. Enjoy all day sunshine and magnificent sunsets every day of the year!\n\nYou're located at The Theodore Roosevelt, a beautiful coop c. 1923. It's pet-friendly and offers an elegant marble lobby, two landscaped courtyards, an elevator, a live in super and bike and private storage (upon availability). It's situated on the nation's first parkway, designed by Central Park's Frederick Olmsted and designated a National Scenic Landmark in 1978. The neighborhood's destination cafes and restaurants are at your fingertips including: Mayfield's, Oxalis, Tooker Alley and the legendary Tom's Diner. The elevator entrance to the 2/3 trains are right outside your door and you're down the street from Prospect Park, the zoo, Grand Army Plaza and its famed Farmer's Market. Homes of this quality are rarely available and should not be missed! CALL FOR APPOINTMENT.