Perched high above Grand Army Plaza, the views from this home will take your breath away. Impeccably maintained, this two bedroom, two bathroom apartment offers the coveted combination of light and space in one of Brooklyn’s finest pre-war co-ops. Hardwood floors, high ceilings and ample closets run throughout. Three exposures and ten windows bathe the entire apartment in southeastern and southwestern light throughout the day.
Sip your morning coffee while watching the sunrise over Grand Army Plaza in the renovated, eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, tiled backsplash, corian countertops, and open shelving. The open living and dining room provides plentiful space for entertaining. Gaze over the treetops of Park Slope while you relax in the elegant living room and amaze your guests as they dine with views of Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza.
Wake up to views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines from the two generously proportioned bedrooms. Each bedroom has their own tastefully renovated, windowed bathrooms and generous closets.
39 Plaza is a white glove, pristinely maintained building designed by renowned architect Rosario Candela. Building amenities include a full-time doorman, elevator operator, live-in super, laundry room, and storage space. Pets are welcome!
This amazing location could not be any more convenient to the finest Brooklyn institutions; Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Central Library, the Brooklyn Museum, and Brooklyn Botanic Garden are all at your doorstep. Enjoy the Saturday farmer’s market at Grand Army Plaza, Union Market opening soon on Flatbush ave, local restaurants of Park Slope and Prospect Heights such as Fausto, Olmsted, Faun, and many more. Subway access to Manhattan and the rest of Brooklyn is a breeze with the 2/3/Q/B trains moments away.