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In Kensington, a chic prewar co-op wants $535K

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The two-bedroom apartment has been given a few stylish enhancements

Garfield Realty.

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.

Nestled on the top floor of a four-story walk-up building in Brooklyn’s Kensington neighborhood is this chic, light-filled co-op that recently hit the market asking $535,000. And if you’re worried about it being on the top floor, fret not because the building is equipped with an elevator.

The two-bedroom apartment boasts an open-concept layout with a balanced mix of classic and contemporary style. Shiny hardwood floors run throughout and the living room has been flourished with a white-painted exposed brick accent wall. The windowed kitchen was revamped to include a dishwasher, white cabinetry, and a breakfast counter with a butcher block top.

The listing doesn’t provide a floorplan, but judging by the pictures, both bedrooms seem to offer a decent amount of space, with the smaller room offering the potential to be utilized as a home office space.

Monthly maintenance is going for $711.