Live on one of the nicest tree line streets in the heart of Fort Greene! Fully renovated, eat-in kitchen features Bianco Lyra Quartz countertop, cohesive grey cabinets, subway tile backsplash, and premium new THOR/LG stainless steel appliances. The space nicely fits a queen-size bed, additional furniture and a walk-in closet/dressing area with great storage. An updated large bathroom with matching features, full wall tiles, new contemporary Kohler fixtures with sleek modern hardware accents.
32 S Oxford is an intimate, self-managed co-op, with excellent finances, low monthly maintenance, and no underlying mortgage. The building features bike storage, a new intercom system with laundry in the basement, and extra storage based on availability. Located steps away from Fort Greene park?on a picturesque, tree-lined brownstone block, surrounded by historic townhouses, restaurants and cafes. BAM, Barclays Center, and Atlantic Terminal 10+ subways lines and the LIRR all at your doorstep.
Conveniently situated just north of the beautiful and lush Prospect Park, Fort Greene is rich with history. Representative of an aesthetic that Brooklyn is often associated with--the brownstone and row house architecture being an institution of the community--Fort Greene is decidedly singular in visual style. As part of the National Register of Historic Places, this South Brooklyn neighborhood offers unique charm and plenty of character.
Beginning with its early military-oriented inception (the territory was central to the Battle of Long Island), Fort Greene has always been recognized for its spaciousness and a sense of openness. Filled with nature and greenery, it is also home to its very own eponymously named park in addition to being in close proximity to Brooklyn’s largest recreational area, Prospect Park (containing the beloved Prospect Park Zoo within it).
Many residents come from different socioeconomic backgrounds and commute to their workplaces in Manhattan, while keeping Fort Greene as their separate haven. The diversity of the area has proven to be one of the few examples of a Brooklyn neighborhood maintaining its roots in part thanks to its protected status.