On the Market in New York CityPublished: 3/4/2021Source: The New York Times
Featuring Cara Sadownick, Zoe Saaf, and Rebecca Navarro's listing at 265 9th Street, Park Slope:
Park Slope Condo • $850,000 • BROOKLYN • 265 Ninth Street, No. 1A
A one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath duplex apartment with high ceilings, French doors, a wall of built-in bookcases in the living room, a dining room and large recreation room on the lower level, a private patio and a backyard, in an eight-unit prewar building.
Zoe Saaf, 347-596-6302, Rebecca Navarro, 585-208-2945, Cara Sadownick, 917-710-6504, Corcoran; corcoran.com
COMMON CHARGES $492 a month; TAXES $310 a month
PROS The backyard is nicely landscaped and has a tiny house with electricity — an ideal place to work from home. Though legally a one-bedroom, the unit’s large rec room and downstairs dining room have been used as additional sleeping spaces. The building has bike and caged storage.
CONS The bedroom doesn’t have a closet; there is a tiny coat closet across from the front door and a huge walk-in closet on the lower level. A spiral staircase may be difficult for some to navigate. Financing would likely require 30 percent down, because the building has two sponsor-owned units.
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