4 Move-in-Ready Starter Homes on the Brooklyn Market for Less Than $200,000 Right Now

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    Oh we know. A $200,000 apartment in Brooklyn can sound utterly outlandish when you think of last year’s record-setting sales. But while these homes aren’t the biggest or the most expensive in the borough, they’re still decent options to get yourself on that first rung of the property ladder.

    From Flatlands to Midwood, which home would you choose?

    Technically an alcove studio, this 575-square foot apartment in Flatlands has a generously sized walk-in closet that can also be used as a study. But here’s something that just might make up for the unit’s lack of a bedroom door — the co-op building has a swimming pool.

    Starter Homes For Sale in Brooklyn Under 200K

    1655 Flatbush Avenue #B210
    Price: $199,000
    Area: Flatlands
    Broker: Corcoran (Lois Thompson)
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    This top floor co-op unit gets “flooded in sunlight,” according to the listing. Recently updated, it’s got a new kitchen with stainless appliances, a clean, gray-tiled bath, big living room, and a full size bedroom. A 10-minute walk to the Church Avenue subway station, this building is also a block from Holy Cross Cemetery.

    Starter Homes For Sale in Brooklyn Under 200K

    285 East 35th Street #7F
    Price: $179,000
    Area: East Flatbush
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Robert Nicoletti)
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    This Flatlands one-bedroom looks like it recently got new appliances. The bedroom has decent closet space and is big enough to fit a king-size bed.

    Starter Homes For Sale in Brooklyn Under 200K

    1165 East 54th Street
    Price: $156,000
    Area: Flatlands
    Broker: Ideal Properties (Lorraine Trotman)
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    This Midwood apartment is on the first floor of its building, but it’s been recently renovated with new hardwood floors, new appliances, and new kitchen cabinets.

    Starter Homes For Sale In Brooklyn Under 200k

    1171 Ocean Parkway #1C
    Price: $199,000
    Area: Midwood
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Robert Nicoletti)
    See it here ->

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