Though not by much — this pretty second-floor, two-bedroom co-op on a prime Boerum Hill street comes in at $925,000, to be exact. Friendly and quaint yet urban and diverse, this neighborhood was pricey and sought-after long before Brooklyn nabes were vying for “coolest in the world” status. The apartment for sale at 368 State Street has plenty going for it in the looks department. Pre-war details like decorative moldings, high ceilings and hardwood floors complement interiors that have been updated for modern comfort. It’s only one flight upstairs, and a common roof deck even puts outdoor space into the equation.
The home gets plenty of sun from north and south exposures. A sunny living room shows off the clean, modern look of light wood floors.
A renovated separate kitchen has the same modern and unfussy clean style with light wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances.
Bedrooms are fair-sized though not huge; lots of closets in the apartment make it easier to keep things tidy. At 740 square feet, this cozy co-op isn’t palatial, but there’s plenty going on in the neighborhood, and there’s room enough to kick back and relax when you’re back at home.
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Neighborhoods : Boerum Hill