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 September 19 is a gorgeous renovated pre-war Carroll Gardens two-bedroom condo with preserved architectural details.

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Renovated Pre-war 2BR in Prime Carroll Gardens Asks $1.149 Million

Location: 24 Third St., #2R, Carroll Gardens

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for September 19 has been saved by 135 users.

Price: $1,149,000 Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($229,800), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $5,974. The total includes the mortgage payment ($5,423), common charge of ($418), and taxes ($133).

Why it’s so popular:

This two-bedroom, one bath condo is spacious, stylish, and quiet, while also being in one of Brooklyn’s most popular areas, Carroll Gardens.

The apartment is located on the second floor and has been renovated throughout for modern living, while also retaining many original charming elements that add to its character. Pre-war features include ceiling and window moldings, a lovely bay window, and an impressive fireplace mantel and surround in the spacious living room.

A smartly designed chef’s kitchen has all the storage space you’d need thanks to double-height cabinets. Enjoy high-end appliances including a Bertazzoni range, and prep your meals on marble countertops.

Just off the kitchen is a chic and intimate dining area for family meals or entertaining friends, with built-ins adding interest and more storage.

Comparably-sized bedrooms located at the far end of the apartment provide peace and quiet for a good night’s rest. (Both have ample closet space, and you’ll also find a washer/dryer tucked away in the primary bedroom.) A nicely renovated bathroom, with white subway tile and slate grey floor sits between the two sleeping areas.

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Built in 1931, the building also offers open storage in the basement and is home to just eight units. The building is within three blocks of both the subway at Carroll Street, where you can catch the F or the G, as well as the popular Carroll Park.

Carroll Gardens offers some of the best of Brooklyn living, with wide residential streets featuring the neighborhood’s namesake green spaces. Shop at area independent stores for fine foods, books, and toys, and dine and drink at popular spots like Frankies 457 Sputino, Lucali, Abilene, and Pig Beach. Other popular Brooklyn neighborhoods nearby include Gowanus, Cobble Hill, and Downtown Brooklyn.

Want to see more of our most popular sale for September 19? Take a look at the listing for 24 Third St., #2R, Carroll Gardens.