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For $899,000, an airy and updated Park Slope two-bedroom

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It overlooks the Old Stone House & Washington Park


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.

It’s been a really good week for dreamy two-bedroom apartments in Park Slope. First, a chic top-floor two-bedroom with a contemporary vibe hit the market asking $875,000. Now, on its heels, comes this airy two-bedroom abode at 315 3rd Street seeking $899,000.

The co-op overlooks the Old Stone House & Washington Park from the bay window in the living room. Inside, the room’s presided over by a large wood-burning fireplace. The updated open kitchen comes with a new counter-depth refrigerator, a breakfast bar, a dishwasher, open shelving and a gray tile backsplash.

Both of the bedrooms large enough to hold Queen sized beds and actually get natural light, a huge perk in New York City. Both of the rooms comes with an exposed brick wall, and he larger of the two bedrooms has a decorative fireplace. The bathroom was recently updated with white subway tile, herringbone marble flooring, and a glass-enclosed tub and shower. One drawback: laundry is shared in the building but hey, at least there’s laundry.