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For $539K, a quirky Ditmas Park condo with plenty of room

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The two-bedroom unit comes with space for a home office

A living area with hardwood floors, white walls, a ceiling fan with leaf-shaped blades, and a planter. Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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.

Ditmas Park is known for its sprawling, lovely Victorian houses, but you can find deals on slightly less sprawling, but still quite lovely, co-op apartments. The perfect example is this quirky two-bedroom condo that has just listed, asking $539,000.

The 900-square-foot unit has a space for a home office (who doesn’t dream about that these days?), a walk-in closet, a dishwasher in its eat-in kitchen, and a roomy living area. Two ceiling fans with leaf-shaped blades are fun, and there are rustic touches like reclaimed wood, exposed brick, and a wall covered with a repurposed tin ceiling.

The property’s monthlies are relatively low: The tax bill comes in at $351/month and common charges at $389/month. The building, located at 2116 Dorchester Road, has a common courtyard, backyard, and a laundry room.

Jan Rosenberg and Erika Sackin of Douglas Elliman have the listing.

A living area with hardwood floors, a desk, a planter, a bookshelf, and a window that overlooks the adjacent room.
The living area is very spacious.
A kitchen with exposed brick and reclaimed wood.
Reclaimed wood and exposed brick in the kitchen.
A bedroom with a wall made out of a repurposed tin ceiling, a window, a planter, and a ceiling fan.
This bedroom’s wall was made out of a repurposed tin ceiling.
A bedroom with a small bed, exposed brick, hardwood floors, two windows, and a ceiling fan with leaf-shaped blades.
The second bedroom.
An eat-in kitchen with exposed brick, a wooden table, and several planters.
The rustic eat-in kitchen.