Though the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant is best known for its historic townhouses, you can still find a cute condo in the area. Cue this apartment from 156 Pulaski Street, a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom unit now asking $840,000. There’s 1,150 interior square feet plus a big added bonus: a private backyard and patio space that’ll make you long for summer.
Although this is a ground-floor apartment, the main entrance is a half-flight of stairs above ground. On the main level, there’s a large living room with exposed brick and some inventive built-in storage. You also have access to a small patio space, which leads down to the larger backyard. This main level also holds an open kitchen and bedroom.
Upstairs there’s a master bedroom, bathroom and cozy nursery space. (The listing suggests the nursery could be taken away for a more sprawling master bedroom, or to accommodate a more formal third bedroom.) The master has a grand total of four closets.
Saving the best for last, here’s that private backyard, which the listing says it “perfect for summer barbecuing, gardening, or just enjoying your morning coffee.” (Not so much in the winter, though.)
156 Pulaski is located in central Bed-Stuy, closest to the Myrtle Avenue G train. And in the summer, residents don’t just get to enjoy that private outdoor space: the building is close to Von King Park, which has playground and a cultural arts center, as well as the Kosciuszko Pool complex.
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