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Two-story Midwood home with a backyard pergola asks $925K

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The four-bedroom house features hardwood floors and base moldings

A house with a steep roof, a long entry walkway, and wood panels. Photos: Allyson Lubow/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.

Houses rarely make it to this column because, well, they are expensive in New York City, and usually over $1 million. That is one of the main reasons why this graceful two-story home in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood caught our eye.

Asking $925,000, the four-bedroom, 1,612-square-foot home is attached to its neighboring twin structure and has a steep roof and wood-paneled facade, along with a spacious entry walkway.

Inside, there are base and plaster moldings, hardwood floors, an attic that could be used as the fourth bedroom or an office, two full bathrooms, and a large kitchen with beige cabinetry. But most notably, the house also features a huge tiled backyard with wood fencing, plants, a sage green pergola, and space for two seating areas.

It’s located at 3110 Avenue L, between East 31st and East 32nd streets, near the Q train at Avenue M. Taxes for the property are $518/month, and it’s listed with Victoria M. Bongiovi of Compass.

A living area with hardwood floors, two windows, wooden furniture, red walls, and a staircase in the back.
The main living areas have wood floors and base moldings.
A kitchen with grey wood cabinetry.
The spacious kitchen with plenty of cabinetry.
A bedroom with a medium-sized bed, light blue walls, three windows, base moldings, and hardwood floors.
One of the bedrooms, surrounded by windows.
A backyard with tiles, wood fencing, two seating areas, and a green pergola.
There is space for two seating areas in the backyard decked out in tiled floors, a pergola, and wood fencing.