Who says you can’t pack a lot of charm into 400 square feet? That’s the size of this Park Slope studio, at 144 Park Place, now on the market for a reasonable $335,000. Located in a four-story, six-unit brownstone, the co-op apartment doesn’t feel cramped thanks to pre-war details like high ceilings and wide archways. The original moldings and wood floors don’t look bad, either.
The apartment is two flights up in a walk-up building. Although it’s one single space, an alcove–framed by a beautiful wide arch–creates a semi-private area for the bedroom. Three windows along the living/bedroom wall bring in a nice amount of light.
The open, very tiny kitchen has been updated, according to the listing. The owner has utilized all the square feet, placing a wardrobe right against the entryway. (The closets in the bedroom are the only ones in the apartment.)
144 Park Place is a self-managed co-op that keeps maintenance low at $607/month. The location’s quite good, right on the edge of Park Slope and Prospect Heights. Walk one way, you’re at the Barclays Center and Atlantic Terminal train hub. Walk the other, you’re at Grand Army Plaza, the entryway to Prospect Park.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Park Slope