A two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op unit in Windsor Terrace just hit the market for $675K.
Windsor Terrace, located just south of Park Slope, has a median asking sale price of $740K, so it’s only fitting that the listing has already been saved by 245 StreetEasy users after just six days on the site. The maintenance charges, at $701/month, are also very affordable.
Located just one flight up, this sunny two-bedroom boasts high ceilings and is full of “charming pre-war details.” Though the bathroom recently received an upgrade via a new vanity, the original clawfoot tub remains. And what’s more luxurious than actually being able to fit in your apartment’s tub? Plus, with the F and G train just 500 feet away, you could even treat yourself to a morning soak without running the risk of being late for work.
The building is well maintained by a full-time super and has a private storage unit, bike room and laundry room. Plus, it’s pet friendly, so all the time you spend longing to pet other people’s dogs at the park can easily turn into the spontaneous adoption of 100 puppies, if you want.* Is this a dumb idea? Yes. But we like to have the option.
*The board (and the NYC Health Department) will probably cap the number of animals you can have. Don’t quote us on this.
And while past sale activity on the unit is unavailable, a comparable two-bedroom in the building hit the market back in May for $650K — an asking price that was quickly increased to $675K and eventually closed for $680K. I sense a bidding war brewing for this one…