It’s pretty rare to see co-ops advertising an “unlimited sublet policy” and “pied-à-terres allowed.” But this perky apartment along bustling 14th Street has both. Modern touches include a Liebherr refrigerator, Corian counters and a Toto toilet. Listing by Jeremiah Doyle, Nick Gavin, and Josh Doyle of Compass.
You may want to buy this co-op for the living room alone: It’s incredibly inviting, with three floor-to-ceiling windows and a cozy wood-burning fireplace. Plus, there’s a washer and dryer in-unit, and this duplex is located just three blocks from Prospect Park. Listing by Bridget Applegate and Charlie Pigott of Corcoran.
With a nearly 20 percent price reduction from its original listing in February (at $875,000), it’s clear the sellers here are eager to find a buyer. And with a prime location in the heart of the West Village and perks such as pied-à-terre usage and pets permitted, this co-op might be closer to moving off the market. Listing by Soraya Mackhrandilall of Avi Nash Associates.
One good thing about garden apartments is that there’s usually a garden to go along with them, and this co-op doesn’t skimp on that. Behold the “largest backyard in Fort Greene,” with 1,200 square feet of space for entertaining and gardening. There’s laundry in the unit, too. Listing by Carolyn Romberg and Kimberly Chestone of Corcoran.