Here’s a three-bedroom co-op in a converted 20-foot-wide brownstone in Park Slope with minimal original details. That said, the unit, one of four in the self-managed townhouse at 747 Union Street, remains quaint and charming.
With the three bedrooms, it could work for a growing family. The apartment opens to a living and dining room with a wood-burning fireplace and only two windows on one wall. The renovated, eat-in kitchen has a center island, plenty of overhead cabinetry and a dishwasher. It is located at the room’s far end.
There are exposed brick walls and new hardwood floors throughout. A small room off the front of the space could be used as a bedroom or office, while two more bedrooms can be found in the rear. The master has the outline of a former fireplace in its exposed brick, two windows and a large closet; the second bedroom only fits a full-sized bed and has a single window.
The single bathroom has a tub with sliding glass enclosure, linen closet with the washer/dryer and brown tile floor.
Storage can be found in the basement.
The home is a block up from the Union Street R station and across the street from popular bar Union Hall.
Douglas Elliman’s Gregory Williamson and Chad Chaturvedi have the listing, which is asking $1.199 million, plus $725 in monthly fees. What do you think?
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