At $419K, this inviting 1-bedroom less than two blocks from Prospect Park is one of the best buys in Brooklyn! Located on the top floor of a prewar co-op, it sports an adorable kitchen with a dishwasher, stone counters, and stainless steel appliances, as well as hardwoods throughout, a king-size bedroom, and an updated bathroom. Laundry in the building, but sorry, no pets! Jacquelynn Rossiter at Compass is the seller’s agent.
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The full-service and pet-friendly Gramercy Arms has been a rock-solid building in downtown Manhattan since 1959, and this newly listed, gut-renovated alcove studio/1-bedroom is attracting attention from StreetEasy shoppers. Between the new kitchen with dishwasher, new windows and hardwoods, custom closets, and updated bath, you’ll want to move right in! Christine Fields at Berkshire Hathaway is the listing agent.
Apartments in this 100-unit prewar co-op right off Grand Army Plaza do not last long, thanks to its Prospect Park views, doorman, and elevator. This unit features a foyer entry, a renovated kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher, a large living room and bedroom, and a windowed bathroom with both a tub and a separate stall shower. Elizabeth Kohen at Garfield Realty is the seller’s agent.
Here’s a trophy apartment in one of Manhattan’s most enviable addresses: The Cast Iron Building. Massive 15-foot ceilings set the stage for this soaring duplex with a terrace and two walk-in closets. While technically a studio, the bedroom is on the upper level, separate from the living area. Listing agent Martin Eiden at Compass notes there’s a $451.50 monthly assessment through December 2022 for facade restoration.
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Of all the NYC open houses on January 4 and 5, this stunning 2-bedroom/2-bathroom residence at Love Lane Mews might be the most luxuriously livable. A gas fireplace and expansive kitchen island set the tone in its 23-foot main living area. An ensuite master bedroom, in-unit washer/dryer, huge closets, and a deeded parking space make this an enviable perch in desirable Brooklyn Heights. Eric Sidman at Compass is the listing agent.