Every week, we share the most popular sale listing of the week in NYC, as selected by you, our StreetEasy users. The most popular sale for August 1 is a well-priced, stylish one-bedroom in the heart of Brooklyn Heights.

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Stylish Pre-War 1BR in Prime Brooklyn Heights Asks $639K

Location: 155 Henry St. #3A in Brooklyn Heights.

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for August 1 has been saved by 133 users.

Price: $639,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 60% ($383,400), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $2,338. The total includes the mortgage payment ($1,344) and maintenance ($994).

Why it’s so popular:

This one-bedroom co-op features a great layout, pre-war charm, and so many stylish extras. It’s also priced well below other similar apartments in the neighborhood: the quaint, convenient, and very popular Brooklyn Heights. (You may have noticed that along with that competitive price comes a very hefty down payment of 60%, or $383,400.)

Love architectural details? This apartment has high ceilings, built-ins for storage and display, original oak wood floors, moldings, and a lovely decorative fireplace mantle in the bedroom.

In the spacious living and dining area, two windows provide views of treetops and the historic brownstones on the block. A pass-through window connects a breakfast bar to the kitchen.

The windowed kitchen features stunning cabinetry in deep blue, stone countertops, and stainless steel appliances. A spacious bedroom includes a walk-in closet with French doors, and the windowed bathroom is a chic mix of white subway tile, blue cabinetry, and lively statement wallpaper.

Other extras upping your quality of life here: two additional closets, designer light fixtures, custom wallpaper in the apartment’s entrance hall, and the ability to install a washer/dryer if you like. (The ultimate luxury.)

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Located in a 1928, landmarked building, the co-op offers bike storage, a storage unit (currently there’s a waitlist), and a laundry room for residents. The building is equipped with a passenger and a freight elevator, and the co-op’s lobby was recently upgraded with new light fixtures and a fresh paint job. The co-op is pet-friendly, allows subletting after two years, and permits parents purchasing for adult children.

The location is hard to beat, with the Brooklyn Promenade a few blocks away, as well as Brooklyn Bridge Park, shopping and dining on Montague Street and nearby Downtown Brooklyn and Cobble Hill. Getting around is also a breeze, thanks to the 2,3,N,R,W,A, and C trains no more than three blocks away.

Want to see more of our most popular sale for August 1? Take a look at the listing for 155 Henry St. #3A in Brooklyn Heights.