Rustic Sunset Park one-bedroom is just right for $420,000
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Rustic Sunset Park one-bedroom is just right for $420,000

April 3, 2020

Credit: Rayon Richards/VHT, courtesy The Corcoran Group

It’s not all the time that you find an actual one-bedroom for under $500,000, but this Sunset Park co-op is priced well below that and is quite charming to boot. Reclaimed wood shelving and a country-chic kitchen add to the rustic feel already in place from the exposed brick wall and wood ceiling beams. At 683 41st Street, the location is great too; it’s directly across from Sunset Park, just a couple blocks from Greenwood Cemetery, and a quick walk to the D train at 9th Avenue and the N, R trains at 45th Street.

The first-floor unit is 500 square feet but feels much larger thanks to its open layout and large east-facing windows overlooking 7th Avenue. Though the apartment has a historic feel, it’s been fully renovated and has new windows, recessed lights, and parquet floors with mahogany inlay.

The nicely sized bedroom has a much more classic look to it. Unfortunately, there’s no closet in the bedroom, but there is a walk-in closet just outside, as well as a smaller closet near the entryway.

The building is one of the neighborhood’s historic Finnish co-ops. It has free large storage bins and a basement laundry room.

[At CityRealty]

[Listing: 683 41st Street, #18 by Peter Bracichowicz of The Corcoran Group]

Credit: Rayon Richards/VHT, courtesy The Corcoran Group

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