129 Park Place
Park Slope, New York
$19,000 Rental Price
3 Bedrooms   2.5 Baths

One-of-a-Kind Contemporary Brownstone

Beyond the traditional brownstone facade lies one of Brooklyn's most unique private spaces - a contemporary Soho loft meets Historic Park Slope. Featured in The New York Times for its stunning renovation, this one-of-a-kind upper triplex apartment is a design-lover's dream.

Unique to this home is the sunlight...

Beyond the traditional brownstone facade lies one of Brooklyn's most unique private spaces - a contemporary Soho loft meets Historic Park Slope. Featured in The New York Times for its stunning renovation, this one-of-a-kind upper triplex apartment is a design-lover's dream.

Unique to this home is the sunlight streaming into every room, thanks to the innovative use of skylights and soaring ceilings. Upon stepping into the foyer, the glass paneled door reveals a light filled 41' living/dining space, with exposed brick walls, Brazilian cherry floors, 11.5' ceilings, plus oversized windows and doors. The generous eat-in chef's kitchen features custom cabinets, professional appliances, and large center island. Two doors provide seamless access to a small private deck and lush shared rear garden below.

Ascend the floating stairs to the second floor where you will find a 30' living/media room with a two-story atrium allowing light to flood the upper two floors. Though vast, the second floor has a cozy atmosphere. Tucked away is a large primary suite with double exposure to capture the morning sun, a walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom with soaking tub and shower. In addition, there is a separate laundry room with full sized washer/dryer.

The top floor has two large bedrooms with custom built-in closets, 10' ceilings and clerestory windows to capture additional sun from the huge center skylight. An open walkway connects the bedrooms with a stylish hall bathroom, which includes a double sink, bathtub, towel warmer, and tons of custom storage.

The townhouse is strategically located in the North Slope with access to multiple train and bus lines, fantastic dining and shopping on 7th and 5th Avenues, plus Flatbush and Vanderbilt. In addition, Grand Army Plaza hosts the second largest farmers market in NYC on Saturdays. Unlike anyplace else in the country, Park Slope is at the intersection of a world class cultural hub with the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Library, Barclays Center and the Brooklyn Academy of Music all a short distance away.

No Pets or Smokers, Please! Parking in a private condo garage may be available at an extra monthly fee.

Floorplan for 129 Park Place

Floorplan for 129 Park Place

Listing Details

New Listing
Park Slope, New York
Type: Rental
Price: $19,000
Date Listed: 5/14/2024
Web ID: 22997466

Info & Amenities

Type: Triplex
Rooms: 7.0
Bedrooms: 3
Full Bathrooms: 2
Half Bathrooms: 1.0
Kitchen: Eat In
Windowed kitchen: Yes
Outdoor space: Garden
Air conditioning: Yes
Washer and dryer: Yes
Period: Pre-War
Built: 1899
Building Type: Townhouse
Laundry in building: Yes

Map of Area for 129 PARK PLACE

Listing Agent(s)

Brown Harris Stevens Real Estate Agent Margaret A. Monsor
Margaret A. Monsor
Email Margaret
o: 718-613-2715
c: 917-751-5202

Get to Know Park Slope

Park Slope is a community-minded neighborhood bordered by Prospect Park, Prospect Heights, Windsor Terrace, and Gowanus. Its name is derived from the gentle incline of its streets, which end at the historic and celebrated park. An iconic example of “Brownstone Brooklyn,” Park Slope is famous for its picturesque blocks and residential feel. Park Slope residents enjoy convenient access to several major cultural institutions, as well as the Olmsted and Vaux-designed, 526-acre Prospect Park. Meanwhile, the homes of Park Slope represent a diverse array of architectural periods and styles. You can find historic brownstones, single-family limestones, pre-war co-ops, and modern condo buildings with luxury amenities.

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