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 March 28 is a one bedroom condo in a landmarked building in Cobble Hill. It’s currently on the market for $499,000.

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Renovated Cobble Hill 1BR with Outdoor Space Asks $499K

Location: 417 Hicks St., 4C, Cobble Hill

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for March 28 has been saved by 89 users.

Price: $499,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($99,800), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $3,161. The total includes the mortgage payment ($2,165), common charge ($418), and taxes ($578).

Why it’s so popular:

This charming one bedroom offers a renovated home in a striking, historic building. The fourth floor apartment is graced with eastern and western exposures, meaning you get natural light all day long. A curved, exposed brick wall provides warmth and character. The kitchen is equipped with high-end appliances: a Bertazzoni range and a Liebher refrigerator. Sleek white cabinetry completes the cooking space, and if you like, a renovation could add a washer/dryer setup for the ultimate convenience.

The bedroom is generously sized, and offers views of the common courtyard. The windowed bathroom, in classic black and white, features a deep soaking tub and penny tile floor. Need storage? You’re spoiled by three oversized closets here. Additional upgrades include dimmable light fixtures, new hardwood floors, and CitiQuiet windows. Finally, a large, private courtyard for residents provides a large expanse of green, lounge chairs, and a grill for relaxing and entertaining.

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The apartment is located in Cobble Hill Towers, an historic complex built in 1879 featuring beautiful brick facades and delicate exterior ironwork. Amenities of the condo include on-site laundry facilities, stroller and bike parking, and it’s also pet-friendly.

Living in Cobble Hill puts you nearby many of Brooklyn’s hot spots, including neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens, Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, and the Columbia Waterfront District. Brooklyn Bridge Park is also close, as are conveniences like Trader Joe’s, the shops and restaurants of Smith and Court Streets, and numerous train lines including the F,G,2,3,4,5,A, C, and R.

Want to see more of our most popular sale for March 28? Take a look at the listing at 417 Hicks St., 4C, Cobble Hill.