This cute one-bedroom co-op in the Park Slope Historic District is compact and appealing, with multiple exposures and some original details. Located at 915 President Street, the unit is on the fourth floor of a building that dates back to 1890 and is just under a block from Prospect Park.
Currently, the design is on the twee side, with bold color choices for the walls and quirky art on the walls. The unit could work for someone who is looking to replicate the present kitschy aesthetic, or you could scrap the whole look for something more traditional.
It would be a tight squeeze for a couple, but manageable. The unit has a living room with two large windows and an open kitchen with counter space big enough for two bar stools and a dishwasher.
Original details include parquet floors – interrupted in the kitchen by overlaid white tile – a decorative fireplace mantel, baseboards and some plaster crown moldings. French doors appear to separate the bedroom from the main space.
Said bedroom is small, has one window and contains the apartment’s only closet.
The self-managed, pet-friendly building has 12 units, with bike storage and laundry in the basement. There’s an open house this Sunday, September 23, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. if you want to see the place for yourself.
Wendy Stephenson and David Cobellat Compass have the listing, which is asking $535,000. Monthly maintenance is $803. Worth it?
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