Here’s a Village gem with an entire wall of custom storage thoughtfully designed with space for a desk, TV and nooks for books and bric-a-brac. Plus, the industrial track lighting in the living room makes a fun statement. Listing by Nick Gavin, Josh Doyle, and Jeremiah Doyle of Compass.
Here’s a true 1-bedroom co-op that oozes with prewar touches such as parquet floors, original moldings, radiators (the best kind of heat), a solid, big ‘ol cast-iron bathtub and a windowed transom over the bedroom’s French door. It’s a warm, cozy kind of place. Listing by Jessica Henson, Kim Soule and Amara Fish of Compass.
Breakfast bars are a magnet for social gatherings, and this one is the perfect spot to anchor for a night or a morning. The floor-to-ceiling windows have bottom-up solar shades, which means a lot of light must come in. There are low taxes ($57) and common charges ($242) due to a 421-a tax abatement that expires in 2026. Listing by Doug Perlson, Richard Bonilla and Leia Furer of RealDirect.
There’s lots to love about this true 2-bedroom condo, which is located on the third floor and has its own deeded roof deck. Plus, there’s an in-unit washer and dryer, lots of closet space, and in-wall AC units. Just four blocks from Prospect Park. Listing by Justine Lee-Mills and Meris Blumstein of Corcoran.
Tap your wild side with this unique 1-bedroom loft apartment that has lots of space (895 square feet), high ceilings and plenty of light coming in through its lovely arched windows. The master is spacious enough for a king-size bed. Listing by Ari Harkov, Warner Lewis and Marc Schaeffer of Halstead.
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