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For $700K, a spacious Kensington co-op with chic revamp

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Plenty of space at a price that can’t be beat

Photos courtesy Redfin Real Estate.

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.

A two-bedroom apartment in Kensington, spanning 1,200 square feet, fuses modern design with classic charm for an asking price of $699,500.

The co-op has been renovated to update the kitchen with an open concept design that exudes industrial-chic vibes with stainless steel appliances and open shelving. The living and dining room sport refinished original oak floors and per the listing photos, there is a wall-encompassing unit with rows upon rows of book shelves (we can’t guarantee that the unit is included but it doesn’t hurt to ask). There is also access to the modest terrace through the living room.

The large, light-filled master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom that’s been given new fixtures, a fancy Toto toilet, and marble tile. The apartment’s second bathroom, located next to the foyer, has also been fully renovated.

The downside about its location is that the nearest train station at Ditmas Avenue stop along the F line is five blocks away. Otherwise, the building offers decent amenities that include a part-time doorman, bike room, laundry room, and a parking garage. Maintenance is just $869/month.