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Big reveal: $925K for a cozy co-op in prime Park Slope

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Did you guess the correct asking price?

Elizabeth Dooley for Team Bondy, Compass

There was one correct guess for this week’s Pricespotter apartment, a Park Slope two-bedroom co-op: nycalldata hit the nail on the head with a guess of $925,000.

The apartment is a narrow, floor-through railroad, with the living room at one end of the unit and the two bedrooms (both of which have just one small window) toward the back. Still, it has its charms: The living room has a bay window and exposed brick, and the kitchen has plenty of storage space.

It’s located in an eight-unit building at 21 Berkeley Place, between Fifth and Sixth avenues—which is, indeed, prime Park Slope, close to the restaurants and shops of the former thoroughfare, and the relative quiet of the latter. Prospect Park is close by, as are several subway stops.

Let’s look at the floorplan one more time: