A one-bedroom apartment in Windsor Terrace has the advantage of a spacious living room and bedroom, each with three-sided bay windows, and a private backyard. It features a dining nook, parquet floors and, potentially, light on three sides, since the house is semi-detached.
It’s located on the first floor of 23 Kermit Place, an early 20th century two-family with an appealing brick facade with white trim, a red concrete stoop and a porch with room for a bench.
The living room has parquet floors with ornamental inlaid borders. The galley kitchen looks fairly standard but serviceable, with enough room for a narrow table for extra counter space.
The windowed bathroom has 1930s-style fixtures, a vintage medicine cabinet, and gray tiles with black bullnose borders and matching soap and toothbrush holders. Except for electricity, utilities are included.
The garden has a long built-in planter and leafy vines covering its fences. It’s paved in broken concrete — possibly an opportunity for an enterprising tenant to take charge with an outdoor rug or new seating.
The location is close to Prospect Park and the F and G trains at Fort Hamilton Parkway station. It’s about eight houses from the expressway — hopefully far enough to avoid car pollution.
Marie-Alyce Devieux and Charles Major of Douglas Elliman are handling the listing, which is asking $2,250 a month. Does it sound in line with the market?
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