Cute and cozy studio asks under $400K in Prospect Heights

Posted On Fri, August 19, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, August 19, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Prospect Heights

We know that in a lot of places around the country–even just upstate–$395,000 can buy you a pretty nice house. But here in NYC, we get excited when a studio in a nice neighborhood is asking that price. A charming but modest co-op at 361 Sterling Place in Prospect Heights has hit the market for that very number and will likely be snatched up soon.

361 Sterling Place, studio, prospect heights, bedroom

The small pre-war space packs in an impressive amount of charm: exposed brick, faux fireplace, the original hardwood floors. There’s just enough room for a bed, couch and desk–although with some creativity you may be able to fit a dining table.

361 Sterling Place, studio, prospect heights, kitchen

A new washer and dryer unit was added to the windowed kitchen. Currently, it only fits a mini fridge, although there’s a good amount of storage and pantry space. Again, this tight space may require a bit of creativity from the buyer.

361 Sterling Place-facade

Really, the appeal is the location. Situated on the corner of Sterling Place and Underhill Avenue, the prewar co-op is within a short walking distance to Grand Army Plaza, the Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.

361 Sterling Place, studio, prospect heights, floorplan

A studio space isn’t so bad to a New Yorker, of course; you just may need to hire a good architect to help you out!

[Listing: 361 Sterling Place, #302 by Florence Ng for Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]

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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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