For $750K, this Park Slope co-op has a working fireplace, lots of closets, laundry, and loads of charm

Photo credit: J. Alexander Photography for The Corcoran Group

In many of New York City’s pre-war co-ops, pre-war charm–and details like a cozy wood-burning fireplace in the bedroom–can mean a sacrifice in space and modern amenities. Asking $750,000, this one-bedroom home at 440 9th Street in Brooklyn’s equally charming Park Slope neighborhood offers both delicious historic details and perks like a laundry room with an in-unit washer and dryer, a newly-renovated kitchen, and closets everywhere.

Framed by original wood floors, high ceilings, exposed brick, and plaster details, the apartment is sun-filled and bright. On one side of the living room is an arched office nook; across the room, a custom banquette seats four. Bespoke storage solutions include a coat closet and a floor-to-ceiling closet with shelving off the living room.

A lively galley kitchen has new black-and-white floor tile and new appliances. Glass transom windows divide the rooms to bring light into every space.

South-facing windows light the king-sized bedroom by day; a wood-burning fireplace makes this chamber extra cozy. The in-unit washer/dryer occupies an adjacent hallway space that also opens into the bathroom for extra convenience. There’s also a large closet in the bedroom.

The windowed vintage-style bath features subway tile, brass fixtures, and a refinished antique vanity. Custom shelving in the bathroom hallway offers plenty of room to keep things tidy. In addition, the pet-friendly co-op in a 1921 townhouse offers basement storage for seasonal items.

[Listing details: 440 9th Street, #3 at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by James Guimaraes and Andrew Westphal]


Photo credit: J. Alexander Photography for The Corcoran Group

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