This $1.7M Prospect Heights co-op has city views, a terrace and penthouse potential

Photo credit: Russ Ross for The Corcoran Group

This top-floor co-op’s current floor plan can be re-imagined almost as easily as its interiors, giving the two-bedroom home an additional bedroom; the dazzling city views, all-day sunlight and perfect sunsets expected of penthouse living are already here. Asking $1,695,000, the Prospect Heights co-op at 34 Plaza Street East –overlooking Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park–also has a private terrace for beholding those panoramic views.

The graciously-proportioned foyer is room-sized, currently used as a piano room. This welcoming space gives an alternate floor plan plenty of possibilities.

An open-plan living and dining room open onto the terrace for a tree-top view of the city, park and lights below. A spacious kitchen features granite worktops, a butler’s pantry and a wealth of cabinet space.

The spacious primary bedroom has an en-suite bath. The home’s second bedroom is currently being used as a home office with a built-in desk and expansive views. Throughout, you’ll find original parquet floors, plaster details, two walk-in closets and plenty of additional closet space.

Through 13 windows are penthouse-worthy vistas of Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza and  brownstone Brooklyn stretching to the Verrazano and Bayonne Bridges. The building also offers a newly-renovated roof deck. Additional amenities include a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, a laundry room, bike and storage rooms and a parking garage.

[Listing info: 34 Plaza Street #1203 at CityRealty]

[Listed at The Corcoran Group by Tracey McLean]


Photo credit: Russ Ross for The Corcoran Group