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One perk that many apartment buyers seek is outdoor space, whether private or shared. This two-bedroom, two-bath condo, 267 Evergreen Ave., #4A, has both. There’s a balcony off the living room, a balcony off the master bedroom, and the common spaces include a landscaped garden and a roof deck. It is listed for $975,000.
As with most new condo developments—this one was completed this year—there’s an open plan for the kitchen, living, and dining areas. Spear Head completed the interior design, which features solid white oak flooring and nearly floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and bedrooms.
Both the kitchen and the master bath look to have Italian marble. Can you tell whether it’s Carrara or Calacatta or neither?
The kitchen has marble-like Quartz countertops, custom-built German cabinetry, a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, and Bosch gas range.
The bedrooms, while not huge, are larger than many you’ll find in new condos. The master en suite bedroom has a walk-in closet, and its balcony is approximately 30 square feet—less than half the size of the balcony off the living room. The bedroom’s bath has a shower and bench. The second bath has a tub. Both baths have radiant heat flooring.
If the balconies don’t provide enough outdoor living, the common garden and roof deck look to be large enough to enjoy even if other owners are around. Invite them to a barbecue or a game of pong pong!
Apartment 4A has hookups for a washer and dryer in a closet that’s tucked next to the hallway bath. It also comes with a 50-square-foot private storage space. Monthly common charges are $555; monthly taxes are $738.
The four-story elevator building includes eight apartments. There also is a one bedroom and a two bedroom for sale, but neither has private outdoor space.
For transit, the condo is located between the Kosciuszko Street J train station and the Central Avenue station for the M train. Shops, restaurants, and bars are nearby on Broadway and Myrtle Avenue.
There’s an open house scheduled for Thursday, August 16th from 6-7 p.m.
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