$399,000 $449,500
Updated 2 days ago
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn | Underhill Ave & Washington Ave
Studio 1 BathCo-op

$399,000 $449,500
Maintenance$660

Listing Features

  • Entry Foyer
  • Galley
  • S Steel Appliances
  • Windowed Kitchen

Outdoor space and views

  • North Exposure

Building Amenities

  • Part-Time Doorman
  • Bike Storage
  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Storage

Policies

  • Pets Allowed

Property Description

Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NY 55 Eastern Parkway, #6F Nothing but blue skies are smiling at you in this beautifully renovated, prime studio COOP in the most perfect location you can imagine! If you lived here this summer, you could have visited the Grand Army Plaza Green Market, hung out at Prospect Parks Long Meadow, fed goats at the Brooklyn Zoo, checked out books from Brooklyn's Central Library, viewed the Virgil Abloh exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, and wondered in amazement at Brooklyn Botanical Garden's annual Cherry Blossom Festival.

Renovated by an architect, special attention was paid to every detail in the unit. Upon entry, you will be greeted by northern exposures, Prewar mahogany inlaid parquet floors and baseboards throughout, all of which have been lovingly refinished. Ample bi-level space allows you to separate your work and leisure activities by using the spacious foyer as a home office, dining area or area of your choice, leaving your sunken main room for living your best life. Industrial-molded stainless steel adorns all doors and windows as a constant reminder of the craftsmanship that went into the construction. They don't make 'em like this anymore. The windowed galley kitchen features stainless steel appliances, undermount sink with pull-down faucet, new low-profile shaker cabinets, classic subway tiled backsplash, above cabinet storage, and views of Manhattan! This is the opportunity and home you have been waiting for!

55 Eastern Parkway is a pre-war, co-op elevator building conveniently located across Eastern Parkway, the nation's first such thoroughfare and a venue for some of Prospect Heights' most treasured cultural institutions. This pet-friendly community features a part-time doorman, live-in superintendent, courtyard, picnic area, laundry, bike room, and storage (waiting list). Neighborhood amenities include Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, The Brooklyn Central Library, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, The Brooklyn Zoo, and The Brooklyn Museum.

Transportation: Trains: 2/3/4 - Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum. Busses: B41 - Flatbush Av/Grand Army Plaza, B48 - Classon Av/Eastern Pkwy, B45 - St. John's Pl/Washington Av.

About Prospect Heights
Prospect Heights is a place where past and present mingle in dazzling harmony. The 1871 opening of Prospect Park, designed by Central Park planners Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. With 500-plus acres of natural wonder in your backyard, Prospect Park isn't the neighborhood's only landmark.

Much of the neighborhood today falls within the boundaries of its eponymous historic district, a case study in 19th-century residential architecture examples of Italianate, Neo-Grec, newer construction, and modern, amenity-laden condo and rental buildings towering skyward.

Prospect Heights has the best of everything. The Brooklyn Museum is home to over one million works of art, from ancient Egypt all the way through artists like Virgil Abloh. Closer to the center lies the 352,000-square-foot Brooklyn Public Library, and the 189-seat S. Stevan Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture.

Vanderbilt and Washington avenues feature standout eateries of all sorts: Cheryl's Global Soul, Tom's, Natural Blend, Brooklyn Natural Market & Caf , Bahn Mi Place, The Social Brooklyn, Dough Doughnuts, Milk Bar, Olde Brooklyn Bagel Shoppe, Olmsted, Nourish Thai, and Ample Hills Creamery.

NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS: Park Slope, Crown Heights, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill

Listing History

Now
11/02/2022
$399,000 [-$50,500] [11.2%]
Price Drop by Anthony Morris
Corcoran
11/01/2022
Back on the Market by Anthony Morris
Corcoran

Building Details

OwnershipCo-op
Building TypeLow-Rise
Service LevelPart-Time Doorman
AgePre-War
AccessElevator
Year Built1925
Financing Allowed90%
Floors/Apts6/46
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Transit and Citi Bike

Subway

Eastern Pkwy-Brooklyn Museum
0.14 miles
Grand Army Plaza
0.27 miles
7 Av
0.41 miles
Botanic Garden
0.43 miles
Franklin Avenue-Medgar Evers College
0.48 miles

Building Availability

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Prospect Heights | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

Prospect Heights is a small residential neighborhood surrounded by big attractions. It’s rich in culture and offers the perfect blend of old Brooklyn charm and modern-day hipness. 

Residents of this tight-knit community include young professionals, families and long-time residents. It’s a walkers paradise - just steps from Prospect Park and a short walking distance to neighborhoods like Downtown Brooklyn, Fort Green and Clinton. You’re close to culture too. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Library, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Barclays Center are all nearby.

Prospect Heights is bordered by Flatbush Avenue to the west, Washington Avenue to the east, Atlantic Avenue and Dean Street to the north and Eastern Parkway to the south.

Prospect Heights, like many areas of New York City, was first inhabited by indigenous tribes and eventually settled by the Dutch and turned into farmland. 

A significant part of the Revolutionary War was fought in Prospect Heights and the surrounding areas. Known as the Battle of Brooklyn, it was the first military engagement following the Declaration of Independence. Things didn’t go so well for American forces so they retreated and the British occupied Manhattan for several years after the Battle of Brooklyn.

In 1867, the opening of Prospect Park caused major housing growth in Prospect Heights. The middle-class neighborhood was soon populated by Jewish, Italian, and Irish workers. Many of which were shop-owners or employed as laborers in nearby factories.

Housing in Prospect Heights includes single-family row houses, historic townhouses, co-ops, and new luxury condos. The median listed price for a 1-bedroom in Prospect Heights is $680,000 with an average price per square foot is $944.

The neighborhood's commercial artery runs along Vanderbilt Avenue and Washington Avenue. The variety of businesses adds to the charm of the neighborhood. They include bars, pubs, restaurants and mom-and-pop stores of all types. The shops and eateries are a perfect alternative to the big-name attractions that bracket the neighborhood. It's a little bit of everything in this neighborhood. 

Subways are plentiful in Prospect Heights. Its proximity to Manhattan is another perk of the neighborhood. It's about a half-hour train ride. The B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4 and 5 subway lines all serve the Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center station. 2, 3, 4, B and Q trains cover the neighborhood and the A and C trains are nearby too. 

All information furnished regarding property for sale, rental or financing is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation is made as to the accuracy thereof and same is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price, rental or other conditions, prior sale, lease or financing or withdrawal without notice. All dimensions are approximate. For exact dimensions, you must hire your own architect or engineer.
OLR ID: 1996553