135 Eastern Parkway


$1,500,000 SOLD


Common Charges:  $2,100

RE Taxes:  included in common charges


Approx. SF:  2,200

Rooms:  7

Bedrooms:  3

Bathrooms:  3


Neighborhood:  Prospect Heghts

Building Type:  Pre-war

Service Level:  Full-service


Pet Policy:  Pet-friendly



  • Southern and Western expsoures

  • Prewar Detail

  • Beamed Ceiling

  • Herringbone Floors

  • Excellent Light

  • Walk in Closets

  • Great Closet Space

  • Full Service 24 Hr. Doorman Building,

  • View of Brooklyn Botanical Garden

  • View of Brooklyn Museum of Art

  • View of Prospect Park.





Rare and elegant Classic Seven with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and copious closet space. The approximate 2200 Sq. Ft. gem also boasts a Formal Dining Room, Maids Quarters and Breakfast Room. This gorgeous pre-war property, perfect for family and entertainment, is conveniently located within a short distance to the Brooklyn Library and Grand Army Plaza Farmers Market. The generous windows throughout three of the rooms offer the spectacular views of the newly renovated and redesigned Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Botanical Gardens. With 10 foot ceilings and hardwood floors, this apartment offers free flowing space as well as the comfort of home. Steps away from the subway station. It is a must see!!



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