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Park Slope prewar co-op with wood-burning fireplace seeks $749K

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This chic one-bedroom inside a townhouse includes a lovely private outdoor space

Photographs by Allyson Lubow

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.

A parlor floor apartment inside a Park Slope prewar townhouse just hit the market for $749,000. The co-op comes with a wood-burning fireplace and a lovely south-facing private outdoor space just off the master bedroom.

This one-bedroom apartment has oversized windows, and also comes with a small room (without windows) that could become an office or a nursery. There’s a large dining/living room—did we mention the fireplace already?—and storage space in the basement. Some turn-of-the-century details featured in the property include pocket doors, stained glass, and transom windows. There are also 11-foot ceilings throughout.

The co-op is pet friendly and comes with a maintenance fee of $508/month, which includes taxes, gas, heat, and hot water charges.

The apartment is located just a few blocks from Prospect Park, a block away from a Barnes and Noble, plenty of dining options on Seventh Avenue, and near the F, G, and R subway stops.

This chic one-bedroom, located at 420 4th Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues, is listed with Jessica Buchman and Kristin Miller at Corcoran.