Here’s a one-bedroom co-op primely located in an early 20th century elevator building just a half-block from Grand Army Plaza at 925 Union Street in Park Slope.
The lobby is grand and boasts an ornate plaster ceiling, but original details in the apartment appear to be limited to the inlaid and parquet floors.
The living room has two windows and is partly open to the kitchen. The latter is a galley number, with all the appliances and storage on one wall. There is a granite breakfast bar, dishwasher and overhead cupboards.
The bedroom is big enough to fit a king-sized bed as well as a desk and dresser, but has no closets. There are, however, two closets directly outside, as well as an entry closet by the foyer.
The building is pet friendly and has laundry, a video intercom, live-in super and additional storage for rent.
Douglas Elliman’s Jennifer Schwartz has the listing, which is asking $700,000, with $824 in monthly fees. What do you think of it?
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