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Corner Park Slope co-op with tons of windows seeks $795K

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The apartment features an updated kitchen and bathroom

The living room has parquet wood floors and two windows that look towards other buildings.
The two-bedroom co-op is a second floor walk-up with a prewar vibe.
Courtesy of the Corcoran Group

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.

New Yorkers are conditioned to (unfortunately) not get much bang for their buck when it comes to real estate, which makes any little semblance of give on that concept extra exciting. That’s exactly what makes this Park Slope co-op, with two spacious bedrooms and a bathroom with two sinks that’s priced in the six digits, oh-so-attractive.

The 850-square-foot apartment at 264 Sixth Avenue shuffles between post-war upgrades (hello, square marble bathroom tile) and prewar touches like parquet wood floors with inlay. The updated eat-in galley kitchen offers at least a little bit of countertop space alongside stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. Like all rooms in the co-op, the bathroom is windowed and ideal for a bather who likes to gaze out while showering and cares not for privacy.

The two bedrooms are very nearly equal in size at about 10 12 by 14 feet, with the smaller of the two being the corner bedroom that’s accessed by French doors off the living room. Closet space is not entirely ample here, but both bedrooms sport them and there is a coat closet and a linen closet off of the living area.

The second-floor co-op between Garfield Place and First Street is on the market with Corcoran for $795,000. Maintenance runs $983/month.

The galley kitchen features white cabinetry, gray countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a window.
The windowed bathroom comes with a dual-sink vanity, white and gray marble tile, and a large window in the shower.
A cream-colored bedroom with two windows, wood floors, and baseboards has a queen sized bed.
The corner bedroom features three windows overlooking the streets of Park Slope.

The corner bedroom is accessed by french doors off of the living room.