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Rustic co-op in a former Park Slope clock factory seeks $1.9M

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The apartment is part of the lovely Ansonia Court development which has a lush interior courtyard

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This spacious three-bedroom duplex is part of a former clock factory in Park Slope, and it’s now on the market for $1.895 million. Part of the Ansonia Court development in the South Slope, residents in this co-op also have access to a lovely interior courtyard, which comes fitted with a water feature.

The apartment is located on the top two floors of this four-story development. The unit opens on the lower level, into the large living room. The dining room and kitchen are on the other end of this floor, and the latter has been fitted out with white millwork and a Carrera marble kitchen island. Overall, this level has oversized factory windows, exposed brick, and original wood beams.

All three bedrooms are located on the upper level, as is the apartment’s only full bathroom ( the lack of another full bathroom is probably the major letdown here); there’s also a washer and dryer on this level.

Right up top, residents of this apartment have access to a private roof deck, that has enough space for outdoor dining, and offers up views of the Statue of Liberty, according to the broker on the property.