A two-bedroom Park Slope condo—with a working fireplace—for under $900k

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Sure, this $899,000 two-bedroom condo in Park Slope is on the smaller side at 810-square-feet, but high ceilings help enlarge the feel of the place, and it has a few charming brownstone touches, including a working woodburning fireplace in the living room, bay windows, and exposed brick.

And, according to the listing, the condo and building were completely renovated in 2005. Note: The apartment appears to be up one flight of stairs.

The master bedroom has high ceilings and a historic decorative mantel that adds architectural interest.

Ideally, we'd think the second bedroom might be nice as an office/guest room, but it's plenty big for a nursery, too.

There's even a small private deck outside, and an in-unit washer and dryer.

Monthly carrying charges are $307 (which includes heat and hot water) and the annual real estate taxes for 2015/2016 are an incredibly low $1,004.28. 


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