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 31 is a stunning Park Slope two-bedroom condo with a large private deck and incredible city views.
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Park Slope 2BR Condo with Private Deck Asks $1.499M
Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for October 31 has been saved by 172 users.
Price: $1,499,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($299,800), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $8,670. The total includes the mortgage payment ($7,866), common charge ($741), and taxes ($63).
Why It’s So Popular:
Space, light, a large deck, and views of the city? Yes, please. There’s so much to love about this Park Slope condo.
A keyed elevator opens right into this top floor apartment. The spacious open living and dining area is flooded with light courtesy of a wall of sliding glass doors (topped by a lovely arched window) that lead out to a large private deck. Measuring 14-feet deep, the outdoor space has plenty of room for gardening, grilling, and entertaining and offers incredible views of downtown Manhattan.
The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, striking blue cabinetry, and a breakfast bar.
The sunny primary bedroom has its own outdoor space, a balcony, which provides views of the Statue of Liberty. The second bedroom is adjacent to the primary.
The renovated bathroom features white subway tile, a custom floor in butterscotch tile, a pedestal sink, and soaking tub.
Additional extras taking it over the top: an in-unit washer/dryer, central A/C, and a home office nook in the living room that you could keep, or easily remove for even more space.
The condominium was built in 2004 and has 46 units over five floors. It has shared outdoor space in the form of a roof deck and a landscaped courtyard. Parking is available for rent, and there is direct access to the spaces from the lobby.
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Living here you’ll be steps from the bustling Fifth Avenue, filled with local shops, restaurants, and nightlife options. Union Hall, the Park Slope Food Co-Op, the Bell House, and Barclays Center are just a few of the hubs of activity in the area. The lively Washington Park and JJ Byrne Playground is across the street, as is the Old Stone House of Brooklyn, home to numerous programs and community events. Beyond that, huge athletic fields. Transportation options include the D,N, R, and W trains at Union Street or the F and the G at Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street.