This two-bedroom co-op offers some prewar details and windows on three sides as well as a private terrace off the living room. It’s located on the fifth floor of 1409 Albemarle Road, a Colonial Revival style co-op in the Prospect Park South Historic District.
Designed by the Cohn Brothers, the six-story, 29-unit building replaced a grand single-family house on a prominent corner in 1938. In this unit, a breakfast nook was converted into a second bedroom. Other units in the building have subdivided the extremely large primary bedroom.
The apartment has a large entrance foyer, and there are herringbone floors and French doors in the good sized living-dining area. The apparently well-maintained bathroom has its original tile and a matching tub as well as a separate shower. The kitchen is renovated, and the unit has five closets.
The building has a live-in super, laundry room and storage, including for bikes. Maintenance for this unit is $1,084 a month.
A similar apartment on the second floor with a much bigger outdoor space, 2A, sold for $955,000 in December. Unit 6B, which has two large bedrooms and two bathrooms, went for $1.157 million in January.
Listed by Teka Klopfenstein of Compass, the apartment is asking $900,000. What do you think?
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