Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($139,800), total monthly payments are estimated at about $3,949. This includes the mortgage payment ($2,670) and maintenance fee ($1,279).
Cobble Hill is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Brooklyn. The median asking price for a home here is $2,275,000, according to StreetEasy’s most recent market report. That puts our most popular sale for May 4 at less than half the average price for the area.
Our most popular sale for May 11 is popular for good reason: It’s the rare affordable home in a pricey — and highly desirable — area. But you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for location here. This Cobble Hill 1BR offers a spacious living/dining area, a king-size bedroom, and a walk-in closet. There’s also excellent natural light and treetop views from big, southwest-facing windows.
The kitchen is freshly updated with granite counters and brand-new appliances, including a dishwasher. And check out this chic bathroom: classic subway tile and brushed-gold fixtures highlight a stylish glass walk-in shower, complete with rainfall showerhead.
The prewar building has an elevator, a live-in super, laundry on every floor, and a pretty sweet shared roof deck, too.
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The home is listed by Keri Kutansky of Corcoran.