This stylishly renovated 1-bedroom within steps of Prospect Park should be on everyone’s list of favorites. The price, location and quality of this 1960’s co-op are hard to beat. Compared to Park Slope, with a median asking price of $1.395M, Windsor Terrace ($899K median asking) continues to rep some of the best values in a prime Brooklyn location. Monthly fees are only $533, and the board will allow a dog! Corcoran’s Charlie Pigott is the seller’s agent.
A ground-floor apartment can be great for anyone who wants easy in-and-out access and that’s why this parlor-level, remodeled apartment in a 4-story townhouse is a great pick. It has a second space that could be a home office, but the best feature is the wonderful private terrace off the bedroom. Other conveniences include a dishwasher and in-unit washer and dryer. Pets are also allowed. Listing by Clea Kornel at Compass.
Vertical living in NYC is a reality, where many duplexes maximize space with spiral staircases. In the case of this Williamsburg condo, every step is worth it. This 2-bedroom with super high ceilings sports a balcony, a terrace and a private roof deck, which means views every which way. There’s an in-unit washer and dryer, and the low monthlies and tax abatements will run another 16 years. Jeremy Willis of Box Street is the listing agent.
This rock-solid and alluring apartment is in the landmarked Endicott co-op building, a former hotel that sits between 81st and 82nd streets right on Columbus Ave. So not only do you get tremendous location and a historic building (Billie Holiday has history there) you get the pleasure of not having to do anything to this mint-condition 2-bedroom, 2 bathroom co-op. John Caraccioli at Halstead is the listing agent.
There’s a lot to love about this Chelsea listing from Josh Rubin at Douglas Elliman. It’s stately in its finishes and configuration, which is what you’d expect in a grand prewar co-op. The bedroom is closed off by sliding doors to produce a separate office space. The remodeled kitchen has a nifty breakfast nook, while a separate dining area in the main living space means dinner parties are a go! The wood-burning fireplace is the centerpiece. Monthlies at $1,608 are quite reasonable, plus the building has a gym, laundry on every floor and a roof deck.