Cozy Park Slope duplex comes with a sunny garden and wood-burning fireplace, all for $780K

Posted On Tue, August 30, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, August 30, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Park Slope

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.

443 7th Avenue, Park Slope, co-op, cool listing, duplex

A bright, sunny living room anchored by that fireplace looks like a good gathering spot in any season.

443 7th Avenue, Park Slope, co-op, cool listing, duplex

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.

443 7th Avenue, Park Slope, co-op, cool listing, duplex

443 7th Avenue, Park Slope, co-op, cool listing, duplex

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.

443 7th Avenue, Park Slope, co-op, cool listing, duplex

443 7th Avenue, Park Slope, co-op, cool listing, duplex

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.

[Listing: 443 Seventh Avenue #2 by Ada Sabin and Elena Veeremeeva for Douglas Elliman]

[At CityRealty.com]

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