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105 Park Place, #4

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Aug 21, 2018
It previously was on the market for a total of 91 days.
Last Sold on Aug 21, 2018 for $1,150,000
2 beds, 1 bath
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  • Buyers
  • Katherine Anne Bollbach
  • Sellers
  • Jonathan Guinegagne
  • Rebecca Chao
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91 days on Market

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Key Details

  • Listed: May 22, 2018
    Days on Market: 91
    Building Type: Townhouse
    Neighborhood: Park Slope (Brooklyn)
    Listing viewed 286 times
Monthly Maintenance / CC: $734
Total Taxes & Fees: $734
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $5,990
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($185,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.


A charming two-bed, one bath co-op apartment nestled on a picturesque tree-lined street in the north Park Slope historic district. Natural light fills this southern exposure residence year-round. A blend of both historical charm and modern amenities, this home has retained its original wood shutters, pine wood floors, and a wood burning fireplace with a carved marble mantle.

The kitchen was renovated in 2015 and features a stainless steel Bertazzoni stove, dishwasher, cararra marble countertops, vintage School House Electric fixtures, and Farrow and Ball paint. The bright, airy bathroom was also remodeled in 2015 and contains a sky light as well as built-in storage. In addition, there is a new in-unit energy efficient washer/dryer. As the top-floor unit of an intimate boutique co-op, this residence holds one-third ownership of the roof, which features stunning views of lower Manhattan.

Other perks include extra storage in the basement and bike storage under the stoop. The brownstone facade was completely redone in 2015. Ideally situated, this home sits on a quiet, tree-lined street. Its line of iconic Brooklyn brownstones has been a part of a number of film shoots, including for The Intern.

A short walk from the bustling Atlantic Barclays Center, it is minutes away from nine train lines (2/3/4/5/B/Q/D/N/R) and the LIRR and three subway stops to Manhattan. It is a stone’s throw from Prospect Park with free concerts at the Brooklyn Bandshell in the summer, and close to the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Union Hall. The neighborhood hosts a number of restaurants, cafes, and gourmet shops, such as the Brooklyn Larder and Union Market, as well as more local alternatives, such as the famous Park Slope Food Coop and the weekend farmer’s market at Grand Army Plaza.

It is also close to the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank Clock Tower, which features the Brooklyn Flea Market in the fall. Don’t miss your chance to make this remarkable residence your home. Cats welcome. Sorry no dogs.

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