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225 Lincoln Place, #1D, Brooklyn (Park Slope), NY  11217

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Property Details

Status
Active
Town
Brooklyn
Type
Coop
Rooms
3
Bedrooms
1
Baths
1 full
Year Built
1924
BuildingType
Low-Rise
Cooling
Unknown Type
Levels
6
Amenities
Bike Room; Courtyard; Laundry Room; Private Storage;
Days on Market
101 days
Pet Policy
No Dogs
Laundry Room
Yes
Courtyard
Yes
Building Access
Elevator
Service Level
Voice Intercom
Doorman
No
LobbyAttendant
No
OLR#
CORC5877336

Price History

10/16/2019 - $629,000
9/5/2019 - $665,000

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Reduced Price!

Original: $665,000

Reduction: 5.41%

$629,000

225 Lincoln Place, #1D, Brooklyn, NY, New York 11217. TERRIFIC NEW PRICE! This well-proportioned one bedroom apartment is located in a pre-war co-op building on tree-lined Lincoln Place in the North Slope. The entry foyer has a coat closet, and from there, you're welcomed by the spacious living, dining and kitchen area -- surprisingly sunny for a first-floor apartment. The kitchen has a dishwasher and breakfast bar with storage. The bedroom features a walk-in closet and an en suite renovated and windowed bath. This venerable co-op has a quiet landscaped courtyard, live-in super, central laundry room and free bike storage. Equidistant from the B/Q and 2/3 trains, and centrally located to both Park Slope and Prospect Heights restaurants and shops, AND a mere two blocks to Prospect Park, the main branch of the public library, the Brooklyn Museum, Botanic Garden and the Saturday Farmer's Market, this location is superb. Cats are welcome; dogs are, alas, not.

 
 

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group