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What/Where: 2.5BR, 1BA in Park Slope

Square Footage: N/A

Maintenance/Common Charges: $550

According to the floorplan, this floor-through apartment comes with 2.5 bedrooms and one bathroom, but we’ll admit that the second bedroom is quite sad, in terms of size. Otherwise, the co-op offers a mix of original and modern details that include high ceilings, exposed brick walls, a decorative fireplace, large wood-framed windows, and a sizable windowed kitchen with plenty of cabinets and stainless steel appliances.

Beyond the kitchen are the bedrooms, including the sizable master bedroom, a second room that would probably be more suitable for a home office, and a “flex room.”

The nearest subway station is a bit of a walk at either the Union Street station where you can catch the D, N, R, and W or the Grand Army Plaza station where you can catch the 2, 3, 4, or 5. Both are about a 10 minute walk.

So, how much do you this this apartment is asking? Leave your guess in the comments below.