Park Slope Edwardian Flat Turned Condo With Three Bedrooms, Mantel Asks $1.5 Million

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Lit by windows on three sides, this Park Slope Edwardian apartment has a spacious layout and pristine woodwork. It’s on the third floor of 163 Prospect Park West, a pale gray brick Beaux-Arts apartment building with a heavy cornice and Neo-Classical flourishes facing Prospect Park.

The four-story walkup debuted as a rental in 1903. It turned condo in 1999 and now comprises 26 units in three buildings. This particular apartment has seven rooms, including three bedrooms, a dining room, and a den.

Elegant original features include high ceilings, a bay window, pocket doors, wood floors, and wood mantel with turquoise tile and mirror. There are also ornate radiators, a built-in wardrobe, and clawfoot tub.

Alas, there is only one bathroom, but it and the kitchen have been updated. The black and white kitchen has wood floors, simple white cupboards, white stone counters, and a dishwasher.

The bedrooms are similarly appointed with wood floors, moldings, and original doors, but the woodwork has been painted white. The bathroom has the aforementioned clawfoot tub with shower riser, white subway wall tile with black trim, and marble hex tile with black daisies.

There is additional dedicated storage and laundry in the building. An open house is planned for Wednesday, January 31.

Monthly common charges are $672.46 and monthly property tax is $513.37. Listed by Joanna Mayfield Marks of Brown Harris Stevens, the apartment is asking $1.5 million. What do you think?

[Listing: 163 Prospect Park West #3R | Broker: Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP

park slope - living room with windowed nook

dining area with a wood mantel and separated from kitchen by a peninsula

kitchen with sleek white cabinets and a peninsula

bedroom with wood floor and one window

bedroom with one window with view of brick wall

bedroom with white walls and one window

bathroom with claw foot tub and black and white floor tile

pale stone exterior of the buildning with a dark, bracketed cornice
floorplan with bedrooms near entry and living at other end

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