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Park Slope Ladder #1: Under $500k

[This week, we're taking our three-packs to Park Slope, where we'll climb the price ladder from six figures to an as-yet-undetermined height. Today, we begin with apartments priced under $500,000.]

1) What/Where: Studio, Garfield Pl. (6th & 7th)
Asking: $299k
The Skinny: The "clever room divider" is the thing here. (Your guests will never see you sleeping through that shelving!) Throw in the new kitchen and studio alcove and you've got the makings of an Apartment Therapy smallest, coolest. See also hardwood floors and exposed brick.
· Listing: 195 Garfield Pl. [Brooklyn Properties]

2) What/Where: 1BR, 8th Ave. (Garfield & Carroll)
Asking: $439k
The Skinny: "Loft-like" warning! The high ceilings may or may not mask the fact that you're living underground. Nevermind. Recently renovated kitchen and bathroom and another wall of shelves?'cept this one's a built-in. Courtyard entrance.
· Listing: 8th Ave. [Corcoran]

3) What/Where: 1BR, Berkeley Pl. (7th & 8th)
Asking: $475k
The Skinny: This is the most inexpensive apartment we've seen that brags about appliances (Bosch dishwasher). Elsewhere, the garden at 775sqft is far larger than the indoor space and the bathroom is off the kitchen. Otherwise, it looks pretty pleasant in there.
· Listing: 235 Berkeley Place [Elliman]

· Upper West SideLadder [Curbed]
· BoCoCa Ladder [Curbed]
· East Village Ladder [Curbed]
· West Village Ladder [Curbed]
· Chelsea Ladder [Curbed]