There were plenty of close guesses for this week's apartment, a Park Slope two-bedroom co-op that's asking $950,000, but no one hit the exact number. But commenters were mixed on the apartment itself, which won points for its backyard (though stache pointed out that it isn't exactly manicured—our bad) and lost them for the small size and lack of closet space. But as El Pacucho noted, "A lot depends on school zoning; I'd imagine most buyers are trying to get a foot in the door at 321." And indeed, this apartment, which is located on 3rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, falls into P.S. 321's coveted school district, though just barely.
· How Much For a Pretty Park Slope Co-Op With a Backyard? [Curbed]
· Pricespotter archives [Curbed]