This two-bedroom co-op, in the Flatbush enclave of Fiske Terrace, is attractive, nicely laid out and fairly spacious at 1,200 square feet, with two good-sized bedrooms. In a prewar building on Avenue H, it’s got a bit of detail, and a renovated kitchen and bath.
It’s a corner unit, so the master has double exposures, with three windows, which overlook the building’s garden. There’s a large living room and a kitchen with an adjoining dining area, which is also nicely lit, with three windows.
The listing and floor plan point out that the dining area could be made into a third bedroom. It might make for close quarters, but it’s doable if you really need three bedrooms.
The bathroom is nice, with classic black and white floor tile, painted wooden wainscoting and a curved deco tub and separate shower. There’s a spacious foyer, big enough to stick a desk in if you wanted. Note the built-in shelving and matching early-20th-century doorway arch.
The 36-unit building offers a live-in super, laundry room, bike room, and storage space for rent. The Q train at Avenue H is very close at hand, so that’s a plus, even if you’re likely to hear the train rattling by.
Listed by Jeff Surowka of Abacus Properties, the unit is asking $599,000. What’s your view?
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