This attractive co-op on the top floor of a prewar Flatbush building offers a good deal of space, and light from four exposures. There are four bedrooms, in addition to a large living room and a full dining room, so it could house a family with a handful of kids, as long as you could tolerate sharing a single small bathroom.
It’s got some detail, including moldings, pocket doors and inlaid parquet floors. It all looks to be in decent shape, and the bathroom and kitchen are recently renovated. The acoustic-tile ceiling in the living room is sub-optimal, but perhaps it could be redone.
None of the bedrooms is huge, but they’re all of respectable size. Each has a single small closet and a single window, except a corner bedroom with two exposures. As mentioned, the living room is quite spacious, with a trio of bay windows; pocket doors lead to the dining area, with its open kitchen.
If you’re looking for trees and Victorians, this block east of Ocean Avenue doesn’t deliver, but the shops and restaurants of Cortelyou Road aren’t far off.
The unit has a washer and dryer; there’s storage and bike storage in the basement. The 12-unit building also has a gym and a shared patio.
Listed by Kyle Talbott and Karen Talbott of Corcoran, the unit — which sold a year ago for $605,000 — is asking $699,000. Common fees come to a not-unreasonable $930 a month. What’s your take on it?
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