230 Ashland Place, Apartment 21A
Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York
$1,089,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Approx Sq.Ft. 1,156
Spectacular wrap-around views of Manhattan, Statue of Liberty, 4 bridges, boats ,and Fort Greene Park seen from this sunny 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with 3 exposures. The gourmet kitchen and dining area are separate from the livingroom, and there are hardwood floors throughout and a washer/dryer.Building amenities:24/7 doorman/ concierge, live-in super, fully-equipped fitness center and an architecturally landscaped, sumptuous ROOF DECK with the same panoramic views as seen from this apartment. Tax abatement until 2023. Nestled in historic brownstone Fort Greene and conveniently located near Atlantic Terminal with 11 subway lines and LIRR, Brooklyn Academy of Music Cultural Center, Barclay Center, shopping and award-winning restaurants and steps from the Park, this home is the whole package in a pet friendly building.
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