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 October 17 is a beautifully renovated Cobble Hill one-bedroom with tons of charm, natural light, and a shared outdoor space. 

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Gorgeous Gut-renovated, Pet-friendly Cobble Hill 1BR Asks $835K

Location: 220 Congress St. #6E, Cobble Hill

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for October 17 has been saved by 167 users.

Price: $835,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($167,000), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $5,598. The total includes the mortgage payment ($4,048) and maintenance ($1,550).

Why it’s so popular:

Every room of this oversized Cobble Hill one-bedroom co-op is stylish, bright, and inviting. The corner unit has been gut-renovated to provide a loft-like living experience and includes special features such as exposed ceiling beams, crown molding, exposed brick, and wide-plank European white oak floors.

The apartment is flooded with natural light thanks to northern and eastern exposures and oversized windows, which offer views of the trees and brownstones below. (From the bedroom, you can see the city skyline.)

The roomy chef’s kitchen features cabinetry in a moody grey, open shelving, white subway tile, Caesarstone counters, and a Koehler farmhouse sink. It is outfitted with a Bosch dishwasher, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and a Kitchen Aid professional range, and there’s plenty of space for a dining area.

The large bedroom has two exposures, exposed brick, and features an ingenious design and storage solution of a custom, sliding wardrobe that can be moved to create an overall open living space, or closed for privacy and reduced noise.

The windowed bathroom includes a large tub, an elegant light fixture, clean white subway tile, a pedestal sink, and a glass tile floor.

Soundproofing has been added to the floors for harmonious living, and built-in cubbies and custom closets frame the apartment’s entryway to keep clutter at bay.

The quality of life extends outside, as the building has a common backyard patio with tables and chairs and a small garden.

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Built in 1952, the elevator building has 114 units, is pet-friendly, and is described as having great financials. There is a live-in super, a central laundry room, and bike storage for a monthly fee. Basement storage and parking may also be available, although there is currently a waitlist for both.

Cobble Hill offers the best of Brooklyn living, with every convenience right outside your door and the incredible beauty and charm of Brownstone Brooklyn. The shops, restaurants and nightlife of Court Street, Smith Street, and Brooklyn Heights are nearby, as are parks such as the quaint Cobble Hill Park or the larger Carroll Park. (Brooklyn Bridge Park is also minutes away.) The F/G is two blocks from the building, and many more lines can be accessed at the nearby Borough Hall.

Want to see more of our most popular sale for October 17? Take a look at the listing for 220 Congress St. #6E, Cobble Hill.