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 June 17 is this Park Slope 2-bedroom oasis with two balconies.

Park Slope Oasis with Two Balconies Asks $1.195M

Location: 354 Second Street #A4B, Park Slope

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for June 17 has been saved by 199 users.

Price: $1,195,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and a minimum down payment of 10% ($119,500), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $7,836. The total includes an estimated mortgage payment with a 7.16% interest rate ($7,271), common charges ($537) and monthly taxes ($28).

Price $1,195,000
Space 2 beds, 1 bath
Neighborhood Park Slope

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Situated on a picturesque block in Park Slope, this gem of an apartment is spacious, airy, and all around stunning. The home is a 2-bedroom condo that spans 822 square feet and has lots of perks in tow. And with an abatement in place that keeps monthly taxes set at $28 until 2031 (!!), it’s not surprising that nearly 200 StreetEasy users are keeping a close watch on this one.

There’s an open-concept layout in play, with the entry welcoming you into the large living and dining room. Here you’ll find high ceilings, hardwood floors, large bay windows, and access to one of the home’s two balconies with its hint of Parisian flair. In the open kitchen, cabinets are painted an eye-catching sage green hue and paired with a built-in wine rack and stainless steel appliances. An in-unit washer/dryer is nestled between the kitchen and the main bedroom.

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Heading into the primary bedroom, it offers ample space, lots of light, and includes yet another idyllic balcony. Its shape also features a section that lends itself perfectly for a reading nook or small desk. The second bedroom is compact and can accommodate a full-sized bed, making it more suitable for a kid’s room or a home office. The apartment’s four closets offer a decent amount of storage space but fret not if that’s not enough, as there’s a deeded storage unit included in the sale. 

The building welcomes pets, and its common roof terrace has stunning views of the Manhattan skyline. The neighborhood has plenty to offer as well. For starters, beloved local steakhouse, Benchmark, is directly across the street and the historic Old Stone House of Brooklyn, a reconstructed Dutch farmstead and site of the 1776 Battle of Brooklyn, is around the corner. You’ll also find many other restaurants, bars, shops, and more along bustling 5th Avenue. The F, G, and R trains are all within less than a half-mile radius, and Prospect Park is about five blocks away.

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