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Sunny two-bedroom co-op steps from Prospect Park wants $849K

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The unit has a spacious living room and prewar touches

A dining nook with hardwood floors, a wooden table, and a window. Photos: Elizabeth Dooley/Courtesy of Compass

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.

Windsor Terrace apartments often make it to this column because they’re charming, have a decent amount of space, and are relatively affordable. Take this two-bedroom co-op that has just hit the market, asking $849,000.

The 1,000-square-foot pad comes with many prewar touches, including an arched entryway, base moldings, and hardwood floors. It also has a roomy living area with 9-foot ceilings, a separate dining area next to the kitchen, and five closets.

Another big selling point? The apartment sits just steps from Prospect Park, located at 176 Seeley Street, near the F and G trains at Fort Hamilton Parkway.

The building is pet-friendly and has a common laundry room, an elevator, and bike storage. Maintenance charges come in at $979/month. Abigail Palanca, Courtney Smelter, and Nicole Bilu of Compass have the listing.

A living area with hardwood floors, two windows, base moldings, a grey rug, and a dark grey couch.
A bathroom with blue tiles.
A kitchen with a small island and white cabinetry.