Here’s a genuine two-bedroom in Sunset Park, something that doesn’t come along every day. And it’s a nice one, with prewar details and in perfect move-in shape. In a four-story, 16-unit building, it’s well located to boot, right across from the neighborhood’s titular park.
There are views of said park from the living and dining rooms, which are bright and spacious and have high ceilings, crown moldings, french doors and nice original wood floors.
The kitchen is pleasant and in good shape, with a dishwasher and a window; the bathroom likewise has a window along with a claw foot tub.
The bedrooms aren’t huge, but they’re decent-sized, with good closet space. Neither is light-flooded, with one window apiece, but there’s an unusual feature in one: a wall safe.
The building has laundry, basement storage, bike storage and a live-in super. The park across the street has a gym, a recreation center and a massive swimming pool open during the summer.
Listed by Halstead broker Joanna Mayfield Marks, the unit is asking $700,000; the building requires a down payment of 25 percent. Maintenance is a reasonable $672. Worth a look?
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