Bright and spacious, with closets everywhere AND deeded parking? Yes, yes, yes and ohhhh yes.<br><br>The entrance of residence B2I is a windowed foyer with coat closet and space to shed the outside world. Beyond, a windowed seating area can be used as a reading nook or converted into a small office.<br><br>Turning the corner, the massive open-concept living room / kitchen / dining area is framed by a large west-facing window. The gleaming hardwood floors and nine-foot ceilings rake in afternoon sunlight - the apartment truly glows. The open kitchen provides abundant counter and cabinet space and includes dishwasher and fully vented hood. The powered center island doubles as a prep station and breakfast bar.<br><br>Between the main area and the bedrooms are two more closets: one for linens and one for utilities, including a washer-dryer. The first bedroom has a wide closet and allows for myriad furniture configurations - a queen bed with desk and dressers or a large home office and library. Across the hall, the first bathroom holds a full-sized tub with east-facing window.<br><br>The primary bedroom starts with a wide closet and opens into a large living space which can fit a king-sized bed and furniture. The ensuite bath is adorned with white Carrera marble and features standing shower, jacuzzi tub, vessel sink and ample cabinet space.<br><br>The apartment features deeded garage parking, deeded storage, central heat and air conditioning as well as a video intercom to buzz in guests and packages. The tax abatement runs through 2032 ensuring plenty of time to take advantage of the low monthlies.<br><br>Built in 2005, The Washington is a pair of pet-friendly elevator buildings with full-time porter to keep the common areas clean and Verizon FiOS to keep the data flowing. In addition to the well-equipped gym, the recently renovated central courtyard is perfect for taking advantage of warm, sunny days.<br><br>Prospect Heights offers the very best of what residents love about New York City: food, entertainment, parks, museums and a sense of community. Start the day with a bagel from Brooklyn Bagel Shoppe and end it with Blue Marble ice cream. In between, visit the Brooklyn Museum or get lost in Prospect Park. Take in the serene beauty of the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and stock your pantry via the Saturday Farmer's Market at Grand Army Plaza.<br><br>Pizza lovers can relax on Ogliastro's spacious back patio and foodies can dig into Olmsted's farm-to-table offerings. Head to Weather Up for a cocktail or Goldstar Beer Counter for delicious craft brews. Cheryl's on Underhill has you covered for soul food, Lincoln Station for a killer sandwich and Milk Bar for Sunday brunch.<br><br>With the C train on Fulton and the 2/3 at Bergen and B/Q on 7th commuting into Manhattan is a breeze. Atlantic Barclays offers a multitude of trains into town as well as the LIRR to get out of town.
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