With a price tag under $200,000, this prewar studio co-op in Flatbush is attractive, reasonably spacious and in fine repair, with a renovated bathroom and eat-in kitchen. It’s on the top floor of a 47-unit 1930s building at 2835 Bedford Avenue, close to Brooklyn College and not far from the Flatbush Avenue 2/5 subway stop.
It’s a studio, so we’re looking at a basic layout: a large living room, around 240 square feet, a bathroom, a few closets and a kitchen.
The latter is fairly large, with room for a breakfast table, and looks to have been recently renovated, with the de rigueur stainless steel appliances and white cabinetry. The bathroom is renovated as well, with a vintage-style black-and-white tile scheme — unless that’s actually the original tile in mint condition; unlikely but possible.
Calling the place “flooded in sunlight,” as the listing does, is probably a stretch, but the living room’s got a pair of windows with open sky beyond, and a bordered parquet floor.
The six-story building has an elevator, on-site super and a laundry; pets okay on approval.
Listed by Douglas Elliman broker Robert Nicoletti, the unit is asking $185,000. Monthly fees are low, at $334. Like it?
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