Home is our haven from the world. Whether in a Upper Manhattan studio or a Prospect Heights three bedroom, we turn to home for comfort, relaxation, and reprieve from the world at large. Yet, at the same time, we ask for inspiration, productivity, and individuality from the same spaces. Ultimately, home is the epicenter for our self-care whether for refueling from exhaustion or exploring our creativity.
Looking at our new property at 630 Bergen, here’s how we’d foster self-care of every kind in this Prospect Heights three bedroom.
Self-Care Starts Simple
While not the flashiest form of care, self-care starts with the basics. Even so, every basic in this brownstone is far from being basic. A chef’s kitchen with full appliances ensures that cooking for yourself is a delight, not a downer. The built-in A/C unit keeps it cool even when the oven’s roasting. Ample counter space leaves room for entertaining company or a full re-enactment of the Great British Bake-Off. We’re finally sick of banana bread, but cookies never grow old.
Keep those aprons clean with a washer and dryer in-unit. It’s harder than ever to avoid this chore with the machines so close by. Finally, a private-showing for that laundry day fashion show.
Clean Space, Clear Mind
Once everything else is laundered, the rest of the space should stay tidy. A cluttered space often breeds anxiety, especially when trying to work at home. A clean space fosters relaxation and focus. Ample closet space and master, king size bedrooms ensure it’s easy to put everything in its place. Leave out only the items that create the perfect atmosphere of productivity or peace.
When choosing what to leave on display and in easy reach, one should consider the environment of their home. As humans, we love texture and antiques that have a tactile visual appeal. In this Prospect Heights three bedroom, an original, brick feature wall lends ample, rich texture to the large living room space with a clean, white wall opposite to decorate with a choice of other furnishings. Wood and linen are thought to be particularly enticing for their textured finish. Layer other antiques to lean into the building’s roots or juxtaposed sleek modernity to elevate the antiques into the next decade.
Regular Routines, Real Light
As important as a clear routine is for mental health, regular sunlight and light temperatures keeps our internal circadian rhythm in sync. Large windows with brilliant natural light douse this Prospect Heights three bedroom with the warm glow of early morning, the stark energy of afternoon’s peak, and the cool blue of a lazy evening. Bask in every flavor of light in any room. In the living room, sit in the subtle bay window for three full panes of sun and a view outside.
Once the sun has set, consistent and sufficient sleep is essential for keeping the tank full. Large, master king-size bedrooms give everyone enough space to sleep starfish for a full eight hours.
Variety is the Spice of Self-Care
When it is time to venture out of the haven of home, this brownstone property is a perfect situation for stunning natural landscapes at either Prospect Park or Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. However separated we often seem, humans thrive with plants and greenery infused in our life, especially coupled with a serving of fresh air and Vitamin D.
As New York continues to open in the wake of the pandemic, this apartment has a direct connect to everywhere with the 7th Ave Subway stop just a walk away with access to the 2/3 and B/Q lines. Stay closer to home for any variety of dining, markets, museums, and destinations. Truthfully, we’d spend all our time at Four & Twenty Blackbirds pie counter just a block away, but Chuko’s ramen might tempt even a sweet tooth away.
Interested in this Prospect Heights Three Bedroom?
In the re-opening process following the coronavirus outbreak, we continue to follow strict guidelines for health and safety. We are still conducting virtual tours, and our Instagram is hotter than ever with apartment walk-throughs, so you can find home even without leaving it.
To learn more about 630 Bergen, Prospect Heights three bedroom, contact Brooklyn Rents. We’re here to find home.