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This bright and spacious 3-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom boasts over 1,600 SF. Striking interiors feature architectural textures such as marble, steel and natural wood. As you enter, the eye is drawn upwards from the hardwood floors to the high ceilings. Natural sunlight spills in through oversized windows, offering an enhanced perspective of the world outside. The open layout is anchored by the chef's kitchen with striking walnut cabinetry, fully integrated Thermador appliances, Pietra del Cardosastone countertops and Blanco satin polished sinks outfitted with Dornbracht faucets. Welcoming and restorative master bathrooms offer clean lines, beautiful finishes and radiant heated floors.
856 Washington is filled with modern conveniences and amenities designed to enhance the experience of urban life. In the lobby, a re-imagined installation of vintage deposit boxes captures a piece of the building's historic past through artistic expression. A well-appointed library salon with herringbone oak floors contains a curated selection of books. After some quiet contemplation, head downstairs where the residents' lounge offers space to host a dinner party or a private gathering with friends. A state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga room offer space for perfecting poses or peaceful introspection. On-site bicycle parking lends itself to the Brooklyn lifestyle, and ancillary storage is also available for an additional fee. A third-floor courtyard and landscaped roof deck soaring 150 feet over Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park provides a communal gathering space for neighbors to share conversation and take in the impressive views.
This is a Post-war Mid-Rise home located in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NY. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and was built in 2018.
Prospect Heights is widely known for its diversity in culture. A great alternative to the pricier Park Slope, the area is casually laid back in presentation and character. Access to public transportation is easy, and cheap rents keep the neighborhood filled with efficiency-minded residents