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Airy Prospect Heights condo with terrace asks $1.65M

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The apartment has high ceilings and rustic touches

A living room with a beige couch, light blue walls, hardwood floors, several planters, and a staircase. Photos: DDReps and Amanda James, courtesy of Compass

Prospect Heights recently joined the ranks of New York City’s million-dollar neighborhoods: It went from a median recorded sales price of $799,500 in 2015 to $1.18 million in 2019, according to a recent StreetEasy report. This duplex condo that just listed, asking $1.65 million, is one of the many apartments going for a similar price range, and an example of the neighborhood’s overall price hike.

The airy 1,500-square-foot duplex condo has one bedroom, one bathroom, four closets, an attic space with a skylight, and a 200-square-foot private terrace. It also has an elevator, an in-unit washer/dryer, hardwood floors, and oak cabinetry in the kitchen. Some of its interior details include high ceilings and large windows.

Located at 222 Park Place, between Carlton and Vanderbilt avenues, the condo sits within the Prospect Heights Historic District. It’s near Prospect Park, and steps from the B and Q trains at Seventh Avenue.

Maintenance charges are $930/month and taxes $7/month. Joseph DeLorenzo, John Chubet, Jason Goode, and Terumi Matthews of Compass have the listing.

A dining area with a wooden table, a round mirror, several portraits hanging on the wall, and two planters.
The condo’s dining area.
A living room area with a rug, two colorful chairs, a ceiling fan, a beige couch, light blue walls, and large windows.
The living room has hardwood floors, large windows, and high ceilings.
A kitchen with oak cabinetry and an island.
The kitchen has oak cabinetry.
A bedroom with a large bed, a rug, hardwood floors, a planter, and two large windows.
The apartment’s bedroom.