Co-op pick of the week

This Astoria one bedroom has a bonus room and two shared outdoor spaces

The apartment is in the Astoria Lights development. 

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This Astoria one bedroom offers a few spaces to spread out, indoors and out. Listed for $579,000 (with $690 maintenance), 24-51 38th St., C2, is a prewar co-op that's been renovated with modern finishes. Apartment features include hardwood floors with mahogany inlay, crown moldings, exposed brick, and nine-foot ceilings. The apartment has an open living room/dining room layout.

The chef's kitchen includes white quartz countertops, shaker cabinets, and high-end appliances. For eating, there's an island with a breakfast bar and a dining nook with custom table. 

The windowed bathroom features European fixtures, white mosaic basketweave tile floors, and a dual flush toilet. 

An additional room, with French doors and custom shelving, can serve as a home office or guest bedroom.

Bonus features of the apartment include entryway closets and a washer/dryer setup. 

Built in 1929, the co-op building has four stories and has 49 units. There's a rooftop deck as well as a common courtyard garden, bike storage, and a fitness center. Pieds-à-terre are allowed, as are pets.