Four Move-In-Ready Two-Bedrooms in Brooklyn for Less Than $650K

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    You might think it’s impossible, but decent two-bedrooms priced under $650,000 do indeed exist in our fair borough. Sure, the four we’re highlighting here are slightly far afield — in Bed Stuy, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and Crown Heights — but the quartet is modern, clean, and move-in ready.

    Which would you choose?

    1240-Bedford-Avenue

    1240 Bedford Avenue
    Price: $545,000
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Town Residential (Jack Heard / Antonio Del Rosario)
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    Just three blocks from the Nostrand Avenue express stop, this East-facing two-bed condo has a small balcony off the master bedroom. The windows look a tad small, but the layout is nice — with the kitchen and bath in the back of the home and the bedrooms on either side of the living room.

    652-Lafayette-avenue

    652 Lafayette Avenue, Unit 3
    Price: $610,000
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Andrea Ryder / Lina Chen)
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    This unit is in a newly converted brownstone near Herbert Von King Park in Bed Stuy. The finishes look nice in the photos — white granite counter tops, exposed brick, and mod cabinets. The listing also boasts “ample closet space, built in speakers and video intercom.”

    35-clarkson-avenue

    35 Clarkson Avenue, Apt 4B
    Price: $595,000
    Area: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
    Broker: Corcoran (Margaret Hefferman)
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    This corner condo is just two blocks from Prospect Park and the Q train at Parkside. Less than two years old, the apartment has decent-sized bedrooms, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. No, the horse on the fridge is not included.

    1670-Dean-street-2

    1670 Dean, multiple units
    Price: $499,000
    Area: Crown Heights
    Broker: Fillmore Real Estate (Jeanette Colegrove)
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    This new five-unit condo building was only recently completed. The “loft-inspired” apartments look spacious and the kitchens seem to have a nice open layout. The roof and top floor balcony have some excellent views of the Manhattan skyline.

    Would any of these two-beds tempt you to buy?

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