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For $725K, a chic Park Slope co-op with roof access

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The one-bedroom apartment has a parking space—not that you’ll need it, thanks to its central Brooklyn location

Photographs courtesy of Keller Williams 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.

Lovely homes aren’t exactly in short supply in Park Slope, but this floor-through co-op on Berkeley Place, asking $725,000, has a few nice features that make it stand out.

Chief among those is access to the building’s enormous roof: though it’s not kitted out or landscaped, it still provides a nice escape (and would surely get plenty of use in the warmer months). The apartment also comes with its own parking space.

Inside, the place has one bedroom as well as a smaller office area just off the living room, though an alternate floorplan shows that could be removed to make one large common area. The kitchen is quite spacious, with enough room for a breakfast bar; there’s also plenty of cabinet space, as well as a small dishwasher.

The apartment also has the benefit of a great location: It’s right in the heart of Park Slope, on Berkeley Place close to Fifth Avenue, with Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park just a short walk away. Maintenance is $645/month.

This cute apartment at 11 Berkeley Place is listed for $725,000 with Mary Elizabeth Smith of Keller Williams Realty.