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For $1.375M, a stately Park Slope co-op less than a block from Prospect Park

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The two-bedroom home is abundant in historic detailing

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There are a lot of lovely details in this Park Slope two-bedroom co-op, asking $1.375 million. The price tag is rather hefty considering the apartment’s size, but for a buyer who loves prewar decor—stained-glass transoms, ornate carved mantels, coffered ceilings, and the like—it might just be the perfect place.

The house itself was built in 1906, and this apartment is on the second floor. It’s laid out in a railroad style, with one bedroom at the front of the building and the master bedroom at the back—overlooking a private garden, naturally. But even the street-facing room isn’t likely to have too much noise: One of the place’s other perks is that it’s located just a stone’s throw from Prospect Park.

Though it’s dripping in historic charm, the apartment has gotten more modern upgrades: the kitchen and bathrooms are relatively new, and there’s a laundry hookup available as well. (Those rooms, unsurprisingly, don’t have a ton of character.) And the maintenance is just $688/month, making this deal actually seem not too shabby.