This South Slope one-bedroom co-op is recently renovated and quite nice, with high ceilings, a decent amount of space and a wood-burning fireplace. It’s on the second floor of an eight-unit building at 454 11th Street, near the F and G trains and not far from Prospect Park.
It’s got a shotgun layout, with the living room up front, the open kitchen in the middle and the sole bedroom in the rear. The living room has exposed brick above the fireplace mantel, and is long enough to accommodate a dining room table or a desk in the rear.
The kitchen and bath have been recently renovated; the former’s got dark cabinetry and butcher-block counters, the latter’s done with white subway tile and a stone-topped vanity.
The building is pet friendly, and has laundry and storage units in the basement.
Listed by Mont Sky broker Chris Zhou, the unit is asking $625,000; monthly fees are $532.
The apartment is also being offered as as half of a potential duplex, along with the largely identical unit downstairs, for $1,499,999. (You’ll note that that’s more than double the selling price; presumably that’s because there’s a private garden connected to the downstairs unit.) Like it?
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