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For $499K, a prewar Park Slope co-op less than a block from Prospect Park

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A relatively low price at a location that can’t be beat

Photos courtesy Compass.

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.

These days, a real estate deal can be hard to come across in Park Slope, so this prewar one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op, located less than a block away from Prospect Park is something like a steal.

For starters, the apartment isn’t the size of a shoebox and is complete with both original details along with more modern conveniences. An elaborately decorative fireplace, complete with a bold columns and a mirror, centers the sun-filled living room. An arched entryway leads into the renovated kitchen where, unfortunately, there any detailed listing photos but promises to offer ample storage.

The bedroom isn’t huge, per se, but it is large enough to accommodate a king size bed and ceilings soar past nine feet high so that helps. A large window invites in a fair amount of natural light and there is a sizable closet on hand as well.

The co-op is asking just $499,000, which is not too bad when you take its location and size into account. Maintenance is also fairly low at $482/month.