Here’s a one-bedroom condo in Park Slope that’s compact and appealing, with multiple exposures and some original details. It’s located at 378 6th Avenue, on the top floor of a late 19th century brownstone and corner property that’s three blocks from Prospect Park.
The bedroom is nice and large, with enough room for a king size bed. It has triple bay windows and a double-door closet — the only closet in the apartment, unfortunately.
More bay windows can be found in the living room, which has angled walls and enough room for different seating configurations. The kitchen is tucked into a corner, with limited counter space but a fair amount of overhead cabinets as well as high-end appliances.
The windowed bathroom, off the living room, has penny tile flooring, a pedestal sink and bathtub. It appears to be in fabulous condition. A roof deck is in the works, according to the listing, and once it’s complete the owners will have a dedicated portion.
The home is four blocks from the 7th Avenue station and was converted to condos in 2007, according to the listing. Douglas Elliman’s Jordan Pryce Levitt and Raymond Roopnarine have the listing, which is asking $579,000, with $238 in monthly common charges. What would you do with the place?
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