While this one-bedroom Park Slope co-op at 443 Seventh Avenue might not exactly be sprawling at 700 square feet, for $780,000 the diminutive garden duplex packs a lot of living space into its two-and-a-half levels. The large and sunny patio garden is the obvious draw for summer parties and spring planting. A wood-burning fireplace ups the cozy factor in cooler months. And a loft level sandwiched between upstairs and down might be just the place to store your seasonal gear off-season. Two blocks away, Prospect Park is another warm-weather plus, and living steps from welcoming spots like Talde and Cafe Grumpy makes it easy to stay warm in winter.
A bright, sunny living room anchored by that fireplace looks like a good gathering spot in any season.
An equally bright kitchen lives off the living room, comprising the apartment’s top floor. As an added bonus there’s a half bath on this level, convenient for guests and chefs.
Down a spiral staircase, a spacious bedroom offers an en-suite full bath, washer/dryer, shelves and closets. Perched above the lower level, a “sleeping loft” is open to the room; take some floor space back and use it for sleeping (as pictured above) or working, or turn it into an enviable closet space.
Off the real bedroom downstairs is the apartment’s best surprise: A paved private garden worthy of a country cottage. There’s plenty of room for dining, planting and entertaining.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Park Slope