Here’s a one-bedroom unit in one of Bushwick’s few prewar co-op buildings. It’s on the top floor at 246 Cornelia Street, a four-story, 38-unit building at the corner of Wilson Avenue.
It’s got hardwood floors, some prewar detailing and high ceilings. It’s not huge, but there’s a decent amount of space: 590 square feet, to be exact.
The bedroom is adequately sized, with a large closet across the hallway; the renovated kitchen is reasonably spacious, and it holds a washer and dryer combo unit.
The biggest downside are the small corner windows in the living room — but they do face a courtyard rather than an airshaft, so they may let in a bit more light than expected.
The listing says the bathroom is recently renovated — no photo though.
The building offers bike storage and a lobby with some nice prewar detailing, and it sits a few blocks from Irving Square Park; the L train stop at Halsey is about a half-mile walk.
Listed by Schjanna Rydenour of Ideal, the walkup unit carries a price tag of $345,000, monthly fees are $423.55. A larger, two-bedroom unit in the building just went into contract; that one was asking $450,000. This one changed hands in October 2015 for $256,000, for what that’s worth. What do you think of it?
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