This roomy one-bedroom in the Park Slope Historic District comes with parking and has views of New York Harbor. Located at 130 8th Avenue in a pet-friendly, full-service elevator building, it’s close to Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza.
The 1950 apartment has lots of open space, a newly renovated kitchen, and gets flooded with light from three exposures. There are built-in shelves, parquet floors and generous storage spaces throughout.
The co-op opens into a sizable foyer, with a walk-in closet just beyond. The large living room has a picture window with views. There is a dining room with shelving built into a niche.
The windowed kitchen is well organized and has stainless-steel appliances, including a dishwasher, and granite counters.
The bedroom is also spacious, with two windows and more views. The adorable vintage bath has square tile, wall-hung mid-century Deco sink and tub, and a built-in corner linen closet.
The full-service building has doormen from early morning to late at night, a live-in super and porter. There is laundry in the building and a dedicated parking space in the basement.
The location is close to the weekend farmers market at Grand Army Plaza, the 2, 3, 4, 5, B and Q trains, and shops and eateries on 7th Avenue.
Check out the digs yourself at an open house on June 17 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Listed by Ellen Gottlieb of Brooklyn Bridge Realty, the home is asking $799,000, which includes the parking spot. Monthly maintenance is $1,491.