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.
There’s a lot to like about this charming Park Slope co-op, which just hit the market asking $699,000. At 750 square feet, the one-bedroom apartment is a decent enough size, and it benefits from a recent renovation that’s added posh touches—white oak flooring, new lighting, plenty of closet space—to the place.
If the home has a centerpiece, it’s the bright, modern kitchen, which is the stuff that food blogger dreams are made of. Like the rest of the apartment, it got a recent revamp, with custom cabinetry, open shelving, a subway tile backsplash that’s made from marble, and a high-end range set up.
On the down side, the bathroom doesn’t appear to have gotten much of a revamp. But with maintenance fees of $899/month, a buyer would have access to the building’s laundry room and shared garden, along with the apartment’s other perks. But is that enough to call it a “magnificent masterpiece,” as the brokerbabble does? We’ll let you make the call.
- Listing: 916 Union Street #2B [Corcoran]