Located on the first floor of a 1920s brick co-op in Bay Ridge, this one-bedroom apartment has a practical layout and some modern upgrades.
Originally known as Florence Court when it was completed, the six-story, Colonial Revival-style building at 7401 4th Avenue was advertised as a “modern elevator apartment” with amenities such as tiled kitchens, large rooms, noiseless gas refrigeration and wall safes.
There’s no sign of a wall safe here; the listing notes the unit has been renovated “down to the studs.” The general layout looks close to original, with rooms leading off a foyer. The living room and kitchen are grouped together on one end, and the bedroom on the other.
The wall between the living room and kitchen has been partially removed and an island with seating separates the two. The galley kitchen has white cabinets and counters, a tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances.
The bedroom has two exposures and while no closets are indicted on the floor plan, the photos show a wall of closets on one end. There’s another closet in the foyer.
Next to the bedroom is the bath, which has white fixtures, black floor tile and white subway tile with dark grout on the walls.
The building has a bike room, laundry room and storage; the listing doesn’t mention an extra charge for the latter. Dogs are not allowed, but cats are permitted. The monthly maintenance for this unit is $600 a month.
The apartment last sold in 2017 for $245,000. Listed by Mary Kae Higgins and Jeffrey Wilhoit of Coldwell Banker, it’s asking $386,000.
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