This attractive corner co-op in a prewar building on Albemarle Road — just across the street from Michelle Williams’ glorious mansion — is newly and nicely renovated, and it offers a chance to live amid the leafy splendor of Prospect Park South without buying a house.
Measuring 950 square feet, the unit’s got two bedrooms, one a good-sized master with two exposures, the other a smaller one that’d work well for a kid’s room. Note that the smaller one lacks a closet, though closet space overall is decent; there are five of them.
There’s a large living room with a wall of built-in shelves/cabinets, and a separate dining area. There’s a small terrace off the living room, a major plus.
The kitchen is newly redone, with butcher block counters, walnut cabinetry and an oversized refrigerator.
There’s a nice bathroom as well, with separate shower and clawfoot tub and an old-school black and white tile scheme on the floor.
There’s no washer/dryer, but the 29-unit building has a laundry room, along with bike storage and a super. The Q train at Beverly Road is fairly close at hand, as is Prospect Park.
Listed by Aaron Seawood and Anthony Severino of Compass, the unit is showing at an open house from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20. The price: $679,000, with maintenance fees of $975 a month. What do you think of the place, and the ask?
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