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 February 27 is a top-floor Park Slope 2-bedroom with a working fireplace.
Top Floor Park Slope 2-Bedroom With Working Fireplace Asks $899,000
Location: 107 Berkeley Place #4F, Park Slope
Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for February 27 has been saved by 191 users.
Price: $899,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and a minimum down payment of 20% ($179,800), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $5,000. The total includes the mortgage payment ($4,372) and maintenance ($628).
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Why It’s So Popular
Located on the top floor of a cozy 8-unit co-op building in one of Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods, this two-bedroom co-op oozes charm. As soon as you step inside, you’ll be captivated by the apartment’s southern-facing and sun-drenched layout, which boasts awe-inspiring treetop views and an abundance of opportunities for birdwatching. With its idyllic and peaceful vibe, this urban retreat is the ultimate escape from the bustling city below.
Upon entering the apartment, you’ll be greeted by a small foyer that leads into an open, eat-in kitchen. The kitchen boasts quartz countertops, natural wood soft-close cabinets, and a white subway tile backsplash. The spacious living room features high ceilings, a working fireplace with exposed brick, and several bay windows that offer breathtaking views of the surrounding tree-lined streets. Plus, the sizable kitchen easily accommodates a large dining table, and the living room has a gorgeous period chandelier.
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Meanwhile, both bedrooms have plenty of storage space. The first bedroom has French doors that allow even more sun to stream in all day and exposed brick as an accent. It could also be used as an office, nursery, or den. The second, larger bedroom is on the opposite end of the apartment for increased privacy and quietness.
The building itself is a self-managed and pet-friendly co-op with a laundry room, storage, bike storage, and a low maintenance fee. It also includes a lovely, professionally landscaped shared garden with flowering rose vines and vibrant rhododendron. It’s on a quiet and coveted tree-lined Park Slope block with Cafe Regular, a beloved neighborhood coffee shop, on the corner. Enjoy easy access to the B67 and 69 bus, the Q/B/2/3 trains, the Park Slope Food Coop, Prospect Park, the Barclays Center, and Park Slope’s many restaurants and shops on 5th and 7th Avenues.