In Midwood, this sponsor unit presents some Deco specifics along with an current kitchen area and the reward of two whole loos. It is on the 2nd flooring of a six-story 1930s constructing identified as the Versailles at 1717 Avenue N.
The brick setting up, which wraps around Avenue N to 18th Avenue, was created by Kavy & Kavovitt, who had been active planning condominium buildings throughout Brooklyn and Queens during this period. Right here, the restrained brick creating has horizontal bands of brick detailing and some parapet ornament witnessed additional plainly in the historic tax photo. The entrance has some zippy Artwork Deco panache with streamlined steel lettering spelling out the creating name, a steel entrance door with a round window and panels of stylized floral ornament on both aspect.
No ground program is bundled in the listing, but the shots display a common structure for the interval and a spacious inside, with rooms accessible off of a significant foyer. That lobby includes an arched specialized niche, and most of the doorways that open to the rooms past activity fanciful matching shouldered arches, a type detail located in other units in the setting up.
Wooden floors and photo rails stretch into the dwelling room, which has two exposures. The listing notes the apartment is a corner unit.
The renovated kitchen has a windowed eating nook with home for a table as well as a generous quantity of storage in the white cabinets. There are black counters and a white subway tile backsplash. The stainless metal appliances include a dishwasher.
1 of the two bedrooms has an en suite tub, also renovated and encased in white subway tile and with a phase up to a walk-in shower. The other entire bathtub was renovated with the same palette of white and grey, but has a tub.
The listing guarantees “closets galore” and the photographs display there are at minimum a few in or in the vicinity of the lobby.
The listing notes there are also “storage options” in the building together with laundry, a tremendous and a porter. There is also an appealing Art Deco foyer with a patterned flooring and a pastoral wall mural. Month-to-month maintenance for the device is $1,015 a thirty day period.
Outlined with Ann Marie Barker under the alternative developing address of 1701 Avenue N, the condominium is priced at $465,000. If you are curious sufficient to see it in individual, there is an open house by appointment on Saturday, April 30 from 1 to 3 p.m. What do you believe?