We’ve got another deal for ya!
Located in central Park Slope, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op is listed for $810K — well below the neighborhood’s Q3 2016 median asking price of $1.175M. The monthly maintenance charges for this co-op are also reasonably priced at $608/month, and StreetEasy users know a great deal when they see one. After just 11 days on the market, it’s the 7th-most saved listing on StreetEasy for the month of October and is currently clocking in with 276 saves.
The 815 square-foot apartment is on the second floor of a self-managed co-op building, featuring high ceilings, oversized windows, original pocket doors, a walk-in closet, two fireplaces, a bay window and an eat-in kitchen.
The master bedroom overlooks a back garden and features exposed brick, a slate fireplace and a walk-in closet. The second bedroom is located on the other end of the apartment to ensure privacy.
Building amenities include storage, a bike rack and laundry in basement, plus on-street stroller parking. The building is located just a block from a Citibike station and the F and G trains, two blocks from the D, N and R trains, and three blocks from Prospect Park.
The unit is listed for sale by owner, and the closing lines of the listing description are “Cats welcome, but no brokers please.” Meow.