Crafty Combo in Prospect Heights
The great room spans over the lower level, with floor to ceiling windows, serene garden views, built-in screen and a projector base – perfect space for entertaining your guests or organizing a movie night. This level is accentuated with stunning travertine stone flooring that was sourced from Italy for the timeless European style. "The travertine floor is probably among our number one favorite things of the apartment - it gave the house a European flavor making it look more sophisticated and modern at the same time. We specifically chose something that was beautiful but also practical (because of young kids and a dog) and we loved it," said the homeowner.
Step out to your private patio, originally landscaped by award winning Brook Landscape with an irrigation system, surrounding custom lights and planters, to enjoy the perfect outdoor lifestyle. Floor-to ceiling windows frame this apartment on both levels allowing for the soft morning light in each of the rooms.
Connected by a floating staircase is the upper level, offering exceptional privacy to the three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a TV room. Flexible layout allows for keeping the family room open or making it into a fourth bedroom. "We poured our hearts and souls into planning, designing and building this apartment and we hope to find a family that will benefit from it and lives a very happy life there," said the homeowner.
Located on the border of Park Slope, Prospect Heights, and Crown Heights, there are many fabulous restaurants within just a few short blocks (Milk Bar, Lincoln Station, Faun, Vanderbilt, Katsuei, Olmstead, Aldila, etc.) The neighborhood attractions include Brooklyn Museum, Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Library, and Prospect Park is right outside your front door. Listed with Tatiana Gorelick and The Barak I Blackburn Team at Compass for $3.295M
BLD Lab Architecture
Meticulously designed by BLD Lab Architecture, this spectacular home is combined from two separate units and exquisitely re-imagined from top-to-bottom.