Listing images by Travis Mark, courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Condo interiors are often less than inspiring—but a modern canvas that you can easily customize for your lifestyle is nothing to scoff at. This 441-square-foot studio in north Bushwick has all the bones you would look for: sunny southeastern exposures and hardwood floors, alongside efficient upgrades like central heating/cooling, your very own washer and dryer, and a topnotch security system. Located at 307 Cooper Street in a 2016 development nicknamed 18th Ward, the apartment is seeking a cool $345,000.
A large entry area with a closet and “enough space to accommodate additional furniture or a home office” leads you into the main room. In addition to the sunny windows, the compact studio benefits from high ceilings and recessed lighting throughout.
The open kitchen looks seamless with white cabinetry, quartz countertops, and a sweet penny tile backsplash. On either side of the kitchen sink, there’s a dishwasher and a compact washer/dryer. Since you’ll be hard-pressed to squeeze in a dining table, there’s an opportunity for counter seating in the kitchen.
The bathroom features a soaking tub, chrome fixtures, and walnut cabinetry.
18th Ward is close to the L train at Halsey Street and the J train at Chauncey Street, with easy transfers to the M and A/C trains. Close to the Ridgewood border, you’ll be near a buzzing art and restaurant scene, as well as lovely Irving Square Park.
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Listing images by Travis Mark; courtesy of The Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Bushwick