This two-bedroom co-op apartment is bright, attractive, spacious, and located on a prime Cobble Hill block, for under a million. It's in an eight-unit building at 225 Baltic Street, between Court and Clinton.
This Prospect Heights one-bedroom delivers plenty of early 20th century charm, with its fetching original wooden door and window frames, its gorgeous mirrored mantel and its classic black-and-white tiled bathroom, with Art Deco-era tub.
This one-bedroom at 415 Argyle Street in Ditmas Park West isn't going to set anyone's head spinning, but it's clean, functional, fairly spacious and well located, for a price that's not too staggering.
This 1.5-bedroom co-op apartment is renovated, and has a good deal of space and a terrace for under $350,000. Amenities include an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
This Victorian apartment in Prospect Heights is well located and roomy, with tall ceilings and big windows.
This two-bedroom unit offers a distinctive space, with multiple tiers, high, angled ceilings, and jutting exposed girders. It's on the top floor of a converted schoolhouse, at 174 Pacific Street in Cobble Hill.
This attractive co-op on the top floor of a prewar Flatbush building offers a good deal of space and light from four exposures.
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This three-bedroom co-op, at 478 3rd Street in the center of Park Slope, has a sensible layout and some nice detail, most notably a large amount of original unpainted woodwork, which lends the place a calm, homey feel. The unit looks to be in fine shape as well.
None of the rooms are huge, but the living spaces are decent-sized, with a spacious foyer and a separate dining room and living room. The latter features a trio of bay windows and an oversized pier mirror with a bench in that lovely natural wood. The former has a decorative mantel with another mirror and some built-in glassed cabinetry.
This two-bedroom co-op in Boerum Hill has a lot going for it, including a pretty gentle price tag. Located in a 25-unit building at 251 Pacific Street, it’s got light, nice finishes and good-sized common spaces, including a dining room.
It’s not loaded with detail, but it’s got nice moldings and a prewar feel.
It’s also got a few drawbacks, so we’ll get those out of the way. Bedrooms are small. There’s a single bathroom and it’s located by the front door, a relative hike from the bedrooms. The block it’s on is definitely not Boerum Hill’s most charming.