This two-bedroom at 125 Prospect Park West has the two features we prize the most in prewar apartments: A bank of windows along the long wall of the adjoining dining room and living room, and a separate kitchen with two doors. Actually, they’ve done us one better: It’s got windows on three sides. It’s also on a high floor, and right next to the park. Do you think buyers will balk at paying $1,049,000 for only one bathroom, or will this fly off the shelf?
125 Prospect Park West, #4B [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark
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