A studio apartment at The Theodore Roosevelt, a 1920’s era co-op at 125 Eastern Parkway in Prospect Heights, has hit the market for $349,000. And while the floor plan seems standard — albeit spacious — for a studio, the listing photos make the unit seem truly special.
High ceilings allow for ample decoration of the space, as is evident from the listing photos. The apartment, as it is now, is an antique lover’s dream, and the living room alone boasts enough decor for an entire single-family home. A game of eye spy yields a plethora of fascinating pieces, from an old-timey phonograph to a pair of bronzed tomahawks.
And this treasure trove of decor doesn’t stop at the living room. The hallway, kitchen and even the bathroom are also decked out with an array of small statues and intricately carved pieces, making each corner more intriguing than the last.
Want to get a closer look? Check out the open house this Sunday, Jan. 22 from 12:30 p.m. until 2 p.m.