This gorgeous 2 bedroom apartment inhabits a southern-exposed corner of one of Park Slope’s most sought-after full-service, pre-war co-op buildings.The President, Expansive herringbone floors and original moldings lead you through your foyer and into the entertaining space beyond, where light and foliage enter from windows facing both 8th Avenue and President Street. High-beamed ceilings sit above the open layout of the living and dining area. The apartment’s updated kitchen features Pietra Cardosa sandstone countertops and is equipped with a farmhouse sink, Viking range and stainless steel appliances. Parquet flooring bedecks both of the apartment’s bedrooms. A hallway and linen closet separate your first bedroom and bathroom from the home’s foyer, granting it a private suite feel. Lining the bedroom’s oversized windows, a built-in window seat with bookshelves adds charm and comfort to the space. You’ll find the second bedroom on the opposite end of the apartment, just off the living room. It occupies the corner of the apartment and receives an incredible amount of light from both cross streets. Built in 1927 by Sugarman and Berger (architects of One Fifth Avenue), The President building epitomizes gracious Park Slope full-service living and is centrally located on 8th Avenue just one block from Prospect Park and one block from shopping and dining on 7th Avenue. Equipped with a live-in super and 24-hour doorman, the building also offers residents storage for a fee and is pet friendly.
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