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How much for a cozy Park Slope co-op with a bay window?

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The kitchen’s been recently updated, and the living area is on point

All photos courtesy Garfield Realty

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What/Where: 2BR/1BA in Park Slope

Square Footage: 825

Taxes/common charges: $783

Part of a Park Slope co-op with just eight units, this second floor apartment comes with a lovely, curved bay window, located in the living room, that overlooks the tree-lined street. Right next to the living room, the kitchen was recently fitted with high-end stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, quartz countertops, a tile backsplash, and a double sink.

The bedrooms are located on the other end of this relatively narrow apartment setup. The rooms are currently configured to be railroad style (the master bedroom has a lovely exposed brick wall), but an alternate floorplan for the co-op reveals that the current setup can be changed to have a small corridor leading to the second bedroom. Some other pluses: The apartment is a short walk away from the F, and G trains, and comes with a washer-dryer in unit. So: how much do you think this cozy co-op is asking?