From Spa To Sanctuary In Park Slope

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After designing the renowned New York spa Aire Ancient Baths, architect Ignacio Alonso has designed a new listing by Douglas Elliman that feel more like a Sanctuary for the Park Slope resident.


Residence 3 at 505 2nd Street in the neighborhood is a 3 bedroom, two and a half bathroom unit coming in at just under three million at $2,795,000. The home boasts incredible floor to ceiling windows looking out onto 7th Avenue, with huge space in the living room. ASH NYC designed the beautiful home with a modern aesthetic that feels perfectly in sync with the chic Brooklyn neighborhood while still feeling comfortable and homey enough for anyone coming back after a long day at the office. The building also features top of the line Meile appliances along with a Summit wine cooler, gourmet kitchen, and dining room space perfect for entertaining friends. The residence is also accessible from a high speed private elevator with key-card access.


The location of the building also can’t be beat. For those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, particularly any potential tenant with kids, Park Slope has become the go-to neighborhood with its quiet peaceful brownstone lined streets, easy proximity to Prospect Park, and recent trend of chic new restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream parlors, and more coming to the neighborhood. 505 2nd Street is a four unit corner boutique elevator condominium.. Most importantly, the building offers a landscaped roof deck where one can lounge in the sun or throw a dinner party with their summer kitchen equipped with sink and BBQ while having the backdrop of panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and beyond.

Buying in Brooklyn in today’s market also comes with the added fear of the looming L train shutdown this winter. This building will be completely unaffected by the shutdown with near access to subways reaching all across the city like the D, N, R, W, F, and G lines, giving you the ultimate reach to what New York has to offer with a quiet basecamp in Brooklyn.

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