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A Sub-Million Dollar Loft at the Edge of Park Slope

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This 3BR/2BA condo in the Carriage House Condos offers 12.5-foot ceilings, a 400-square-foot sort-of-private patio, and large arched windows that face the street. The Carriage House Condos are located at the southern edge of Park Slope on 15th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. The 1920s factory buildings were converted to condos in 2005 and the most recent sale of this unit (1C) was in 2007 for $865,512. Now the price is up to $999,000. A few downsides: the patio is on the ground floor below five other balconies, so hope that your neighbors don't have butterfingers. And the large windows in the living room face the street level, thus the half-window screens, and the privacy fence on the patio. On the plus side, the ground floor unit is 1,425 square feet, and if you lived more than a half mile closer to Grand Army Plaza, you would be paying $200-300 more per square foot than for this $999,000 apartment.


· 231 15th Street, 1C [Curbed Marketplace]
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