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5 stylish Brooklyn one-bedrooms for under $650,000

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From Cobble Hill to Downtown Brooklyn, here’s what you can get for $650,000 or less

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 one-bedrooms asking under $650,000.

Corcoran.

↑This ridiculously charming one-bedroom, located on the top floor of a Fort Greene building, is designed with prewar charm and boast large wood-framed windows, a wood-burning fireplace with an elaborate marble mantle, and a small kitchen with a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. Asking price is $585,000. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑This 478-square-foot condo in Cobble Hill is more like an oversized studio than a true one-bedroom but nevertheless it is and it’s asking $499,000. The tiny abode has been gut-renovated and features new floors and ceilings along with a revamped kitchen, complete with new cabinets and appliances. [Floorplan]

Douglas Elliman.

↑The floorplan for this Prospect Heights co-op is a bit tricky but if you can get past that, this place might not be a bad deal. The home is seeking $529,000 and provides a spacious sun-filled living room, a renovated eat-in kitchen, and three large closets.

Douglas Elliman.

↑In Kensington, an 850-square-foot co-op that blends prewar charm with modern convenience is going for $525,000. Among its features are arched entryways, shiny hardwood floors, an industrial-chic kitchen, and plenty of closet space. [Floorplan]

Rahme Real Estate.

↑This sleek and stylish condo in Downtown Brooklyn comes equipped with an open-concept floorplan that boasts Brazilian hardwood flooring throughout, a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a washer/dryer machine. The apartment is going for $650,000.