Inviting One Bedroom Hits the Market for $625K at Popular Park Slope Co-op
Man, there’s been a lot of action recently at the Park Slope co-op building 404 3rd Street. Last summer, a Parisian-looking one bedroom went on the market for $575,000, selling in December for $660,000, nearly 15 percent above ask. Then in February, an architect listed the two-bedroom apartment she designed herself for $800,000. (It’s still on the market for slightly less, $799,000.) This one bedroom is asking $625,000, which will be a potentially nice profit for the owner, who bought it only two years ago for $515,000. It’s got some lovely details like moldings, inlaid floors, a painted brick wall, and a retro kitchen with open shelving and a funky built-in table attached to a mirrored column.
You enter this apartment through a very long, narrow hallway. You’ll first hit the bedroom, then the bathroom, then finally it opens into the kitchen and living room space.
The kitchen’s been opened up to create one big, open living space. The two tall windows, which face south, looking out onto treetops. Moldings decorate the walls and painted brick frames a non-working fireplace. These are prewar details at their lightest and brightest.
The kitchen was designed with lots of smart, built-in storage options. It’s also big enough to hold a small table, which looks like it was built into a mirrored column probably designed to make the area feel more spacious. There are fancy appliances and a washer and dryer in there, too.
The master bedroom is not big by any means. That issue is lessened a bit due to the large walk-in closet that’s located outside of the bathroom, between the bathroom and the open kitchen.
And finally, here’s the roof deck you’ll share with all the new neighbors moving in. From here, you’ve got views all the way to the Manhattan skyline.
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Photos courtesy of Compass