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Cute Park Slope one-bedroom comes with plenty of prewar details for $699K

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The co-op unit has arched doorways and crown moldings

A living room with hardwood floors, a large wooden bookshelf, two windows, a beige rug, and a small couch. Photos: VHT, 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.

This cute co-op in Park Slope proves that sometimes, nice things can come in small-ish packages. The one-bedroom apartment, asking $699,000, isn’t exactly huge, but it could be a perfect pad for one person or a couple. It comes with parquet floors, arched doorways, and crown moldings. The kitchen has a dishwasher and granite countertops. It has a sizable living room, a large foyer, and a small space that could be used as a nursery or a home office.

It’s located inside a six-story co-op building part of the Park Slope Historic District, at 140 Eighth Avenue. According to the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s designation report, the brick structure was built between 1935 and 1936 by architect Martyn N. Weinstein and has a an Art Deco entrance.

Monthlies come in at $1,328, and include electricity, heat, and hot water, per the listing. The building also comes with a common laundry room, a conference space, and a kids’ playroom.

A nook with crown moldings, a desk with a computer, white walls, and wooden furniture.
The living area has a nook that could fit a computer desk.
A living area with wooden furniture, beige walls, and crown moldings.
The unit has charming details like crown moldings.
A bedroom with hardwood floors, beige walls, two windows, and a large bed.
The apartment’s bedroom.
A living area with hardwood floors, beige walls, crown moldings, and wooden furniture.
The living area fits a ton of furniture.
An arched entryway with beige walls, hardwood floors, and wooden furniture.
There are arched entryways throughout the place.