Welcome to a semi-regular feature, Price Points, in which we pick a relatively low asking price and a type of apartment, then scour StreetEasy to find the best available options around the city. Today's task: Brooklyn studios asking $350,000 or under.
↑ In Ditmas Park, $345,000 buys a sunny top-floor studio with a sleeping alcove and views onto the neighborhood’s Victorian houses. The apartment is pretty bare bones—the kitchen and bathroom are functional, but nothing too special—but it does come with in-shape hardwood floors, four closets, and a decent amount of space. [Floorplan]
↑ A slightly less expensive yet smaller co-op studio in Downtown Brooklyn is on the market for $350,000. The apartment at 215 Adam Street has an open layout, and comes with a dressing room or petite home office. The kitchen and bathroom have both been recently updated. [Floorplan]
↑ This Prospect-Lefferts Gardens studio comes with all new everything, including wood floors, a remodeled kitchen, and an updated bathroom (that sadly goes unpictured.) The apartment has a charming sunken living/sleeping area and a separate entry foyer. The studio’s on the market for $349,000. [Floorplan]
↑ A Crown Heights studio offers up a lot of space in the form of an eat-in kitchen and separate entry foyer. The kitchen’s been updated with stainless steel appliances and the bathroom is decked out in classic black and white tile. (Extra points for that shower window.) The apartment’s on the market for $325,000. [Floorplan]
↑ In landmarked Brooklyn Heights, $350,000 buys a studio the former Romanesque-style hotel now known as The Remsen. The apartment comes with two walk-in closets, the larger of which can be used as a home office, as well as a built-in Murphy bed. The kitchen is open to the living area, giving the petite apartment a more open feel. [Floorplan]
Which Brooklyn studio would you choose for $350,000 or less?
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Prospect Lefferts Gardens
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