Even if October wasn’t National Book Month, this condo in Park Slope would have caught our eye with that gorgeous built-in book case. Ample sunlight and an airy, open floor plan make this living area an ideal reading room. A modern kitchen, 1,600 square feet of living space, a washer and dryer in-unit, and a location literally a block from Prospect Park increase the apartment’s appeal. The listing is held by Danielle Lurie and Molly Gyllenhaal of Compass.
Tucked on a quiet block on the northern end of Brooklyn Heights, this 1-bedroom co-op has starter apartment material written all over it. A compact layout, decent monthly maintenance fees ($711 per month), a new kitchen, and easy access to Manhattan make the apartment a practical choice. Meanwhile, exposed brick, tin ceilings and windows every which way lock in the charm factor. This listing is held by Kristen Miller and Jessica Levy Buchman of Corcoran.
Getting a full-service building in Manhattan on a $500K budget is not impossible. Take this co-op in a doorman building in lovely Tudor City. Inside, casement windows and crown moldings offer historic character, while ample storage space and a Murphy bed in the living room(for guests!) keep things practical. This listing is held by Coco Durneanu and Tiffany Ong of Argo Residential.
There’s a whole lot of cute detail in this East Village gem. The place’s historic charm has been carefully maintained and enhanced with handsome hardwood floors, plenty of exposed brick, classy marble finishes in kitchen, and subway tile in the bathroom. There’s a clawfoot tub in the bathroom, too. This listing is held by Jennifer Callahan of Stribling.
This generously sized 2-bedroom has a layout that makes for easy living. The bedrooms are large and on opposite sides of the apartment. There’s also a separate dining and living area, ample storage throughout, and perhaps most importantly, 2 bathrooms. The listing is held by Wendy Nanasi.
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