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.
Tiny apartments are a fact of life in New York Ciplacety, but tiny apartments that have been revamped with an eye toward maximizing space are harder to come by—which makes this Prospect Heights studio, listed for $339,000, something special.
The apartment barely clocks in at 300 square feet (if that), but there are some nice design tricks here that make the space feel a bit bigger. Chief among those is the addition of a Murphy bed that, unlike the pull-downs of yore, has plenty of storage space and a modern, clean look. The kitchen is also small, but has a new range and clever storage solutions (including a pegboard for pots and pans); the fridge, alas, is miniature.
And for such a small apartment, there’s ample storage space: several large closets, a pantry in the kitchen, and even a foyer with room for shelving or other space-saving solutions. Location-wise, it’s around the corner from the Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden—so there’s plenty to do if you find yourself needing to escape your tiny, stylish hideaway.
This cozy, cool apartment is listed for $339,000 with Corcoran. Maintenance and common charges come in at $324/month.