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5 spacious Brooklyn two-bedrooms asking under $800K

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From Brooklyn Heights to Sunset Park, here’s what you can get for less than $800,000

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 two-bedrooms asking under $800,000.

Citi Habitats.

↑In Brighton Beach, an elegant and airy duplex encompassing 1,230 square feet of space is asking $699,000, The two-bedroom, two-bath home features double height living room windows, a sleek open kitchen with custom lacquer cabinets, a master bedroom on the upper level, and a second bedroom on the lower level. There is also a balcony, a washer/dryer machine, and six closets throughout. [Floorplan]

Corcoran.

↑In Brooklyn Heights, a warm and inviting two-bedroom wants $765,000. The space includes exposed brick walls, a wood-burning fireplace, oversized windows, high ceilings, and a windowed kitchen. The co-op resides within a three-story walkup building along Hicks Street and monthly maintenance is set at $750. [Floorplan]

Ilite Realty.

↑For $710,000, there is this 1,063-square-foot abode in Midwood. The open floorplan boasts a modern kitchen, a sunny living/dining room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a private balcony. The building offers decent amenities that include a furnished lobby with a reception area and a rooftop terrace with skyline views.

Halstead Property.

↑This two-bedroom in Sunset Park, laden with prewar charm, is going for $700,000. Among its details are high ceilings, French doors, shiny hardwood floors, and crown molding. In the master bedroom, there an in-safe wall and the bathroom features a clawfoot tub. [Floorplan]

Compass.

↑After a full renovation, a two-bedroom co-op in Clinton Hill is looking to sell for $695,000. The apartment features a simple layout and its highlights include a spacious windowed kitchen with lots of cabinets, large windows that allow for plenty of natural light, and five closets throughout. Per the listing description, the space also boasts “panoramic ‘six bridge’ views of Brooklyn and all of Manhattan.” [Floorplan]