This 825-square-foot condo occupies a corner spot within the converted church at 360 Court Street in Carroll Gardens. Built in the 1850s, it’s a fetching building with a storied past, nicely situated across from Carroll Park and a block from the F and G trains.
The unit itself has got some strong points as well, most notably towering ceilings and vast windows. That includes the giant pair in the bedroom, which offer all the light you could ask for, not to mention the excellent arched transom on one of them.
The listing, from Town Residential broker Terry Naini, calls the place a two-bedroom, though with legal caveats making clear that it’s technically not one. What it’s got is a single bedroom of modest size, a sleeping loft with a closet, and a small office at the loft level. Not a second bedroom, exactly, but it’s space to play with.
There’s central air, and laundry and storage in the basement. Which is good — less good is a steep maintenance charge of $1200, which will cover a new mortgage being taken out to make capital improvements to the building. Add $314 in monthly taxes and you’re laying out over $1,500 a month, minus your actual mortgage.
The ask is $800,000. Think they’ll get it? Do you like the place?
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