This one-bedroom Sunset Park co-op is pretty tiny, but it’s attractive, has low monthly charges and sits across the street from Sunset Park, with views of the park from the bedroom and living room. It’s at 647 41st Street, in a self-managed prewar building with 69 units.
The view might be considered something of a mixed blessing: seeing those trees is a nice perk, but you’re on the first floor, and until some kind of one-way window technology is perfected people are going to see in as well as out. There’s street noise to consider as well.
There are original parquet floors with inlays, French doors dividing the bedroom and living room, and a vintage tub in the bathroom, which also sports a stained glass window.
The kitchen could use some sprucing up, and a dishwasher (though it seems to have a space for one), and it lacks counter space, but there’s a window overlooking the courtyard and room for a small table.
Closet space is good, especially for a place this size — there’s a small one in the bedroom and three more in the hallway. The building offers a laundry room, a lounge with a pool table, basement storage and bike storage, and a live-in super.
Then there’s the park, which has an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a gym and a rec center, in addition to green space and skyline views.
Listed by Peter Bracichowicz of Corcoran, the unit’s asking $400,000; monthly fees are a mere $330. What do you think?
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