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Quirky three-bedroom in Borough Park with abundant storage asks $560,000

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This L-shaped apartment delivers style and lots of space

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Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.

An L-shaped three-bedroom at the border of Sunset Park and Borough Park delivers three key elements: space, style, and sunshine. As corny as it may sound, it’s all very true. Set in a prewar building at 4313 9th Avenue, the revamped condo has a few details that hunt back to its earlier days, namely the exceptional wall moldings. What makes the space even better is that the $560,000 price tag comes with a fairly low monthly maintenance fee of $560 as well.

There are some some pretty neat design elements that you get with this unique space. The floors are original oak parquet and are accompanied by French doors and those aforementioned wall moldings. North and west exposures give the apartment a plethora of natural light. The kitchen, though renovated, is a bit small but it is windowed and, according to its listing description, has space to eat-in. Storage space is any but lacking in this space, with six large closets formalized throughout the 900-square-foot unit.

The nearest subway station is the Fort Hamilton Parkway station on the D line, which is about a six-minute walk away.