If you’re looking to own a home in Brooklyn, there are almost endless options when it comes to neighborhoods and buildings. This week, we’re narrowing it down to five lovely Brooklyn apartments under $1 million. These top listings, all for sale now, are 1- and 2-bedrooms in some classic parts of this NYC borough. Have at it!
Check out this premium Williamsburg condo at the amenity-rich Aurora. The 1-bedroom has all the features you need for a convenient Brooklyn lifestyle. There’s a home office, open kitchen with dishwasher, and a deep soaking tub. McCarren Park views are included, and a deeded parking spot is available at additional cost. You’re all set here!
Have it all in prime Prospect Heights. This remodeled 2-bedroom offers a smart layout. There’s a foyer entry with double closets. The windowed kitchen sports a dishwasher and banquette seating. Built-ins for storage and a spanking new bathroom are lifesavers. Topping it off: The prewar co-op is just steps to Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, and the Brooklyn Museum.
This Prospect Heights offering is a small 1-bedroom at a studio price — perfect for first-time buyers seeking a stellar location. The handsome prewar co-op is located on the corner of Lincoln Place and Washington Avenue for amazing access to Prospect Park and subways. Sublets and pets are allowed!
We head to Boerum Hill for this enviable 1-bedroom. Set in a 2006 condo development, the unit runs 723 square feet and is smartly designed. There’s an open kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher, a generous balcony, and an in-unit washer/dryer. The building is loaded, too, offering a gym, parking, concierge, roof deck, and storage locker.
We end our tour of top Brooklyn apartments under $1 million with a listing that has grace and a great location. Quintessential Brooklyn Heights can be all yours in this renovated 1-bedroom for $825K. It’s got all the right stuff: A new kitchen with dishwasher, a beautiful new bathroom, and views of Grace Church and the Manhattan skyline. The best of Brooklyn Heights is out the front door of this fab prewar co-op.