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 3 is a two-bedroom co-op on Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue with a serene, private outdoor space and a wood-burning fireplace.

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Park Slope 2BR with Private Outdoor Space and Fireplace Asks $1M

Location: 753A Union St. #1 in Park Slope.

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for October 3 has been saved by 250 users.

Price: $950,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($190,000), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $5,605. The total includes the mortgage payment ($4,834) and maintenance ($771).

Why it’s so popular:

It’s the stuff of fantasy: a two-bedroom in Park Slope with a wood-burning fireplace and a serene and private backyard for under $1 million.

The generous living room of the apartment is nice and bright thanks to oversized windows, and a handsome working fireplace with a white mantel and black tile hearth adds both warmth and character. The built-in bookshelves and cabinets keep the living space organized and clutter-free. Enjoy meals in a cozy dining area just off the living room.

The kitchen is streamlined and sleek, with ample storage and counterspace, a glossy white tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances including a Bertazzoni stove.

Rest easy in the bedrooms, located away from the street at the back of the apartment, both of which have walk-in closets. A door in the secondary bedroom leads to a private, landscaped and fenced garden with a herringbone brick patio and hardscaping.

The full bathroom is streamlined as well, with a double sink vanity, marble tilework and mosaic glass accents.

Additional features adding to the charm and convenience of the apartment include pocket doors in almost every room, in-unit washer and dryer, and central air.

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Built in 1912, this boutique co-op has just four units and offers basement storage. Dogs are permitted on approval.

Living here puts you close to so many of Park Slope’s popular spots, including The Old Stone House and J.J. Byrne Playground, the Park Slope Food Co-op, Union Market, Union Hall, scores of restaurants and nightlife choices, and the activity of Atlantic Center is a few blocks away. Transit options including the D, N, R, and W at Union Street and the 2,3, and 4 at Bergen Street.

Want to see more of our most popular sale for October 3? Take a look at the listing for 753A Union St. #1 in Park Slope.