Sunset Park One-Bedroom With Moldings, Parquet, Original Tile Asks $419K

Even though not large, this Sunset Park co-op with an efficient format is well proportioned and boasts an entry lobby for a bit of more house. The 1-bed room retains quite a few of its primary prewar features, which includes moldings, parquet flooring and first tile in the kitchen and rest room.

It’s set on the 3rd floor of 683 41st Avenue, regarded as the Riverside Residences Association and created as very affordable housing by a person of the area’s quite a few Finnish immigrant associations in 1924. Just outside the historic district and overlooking the neighborhood’s eponymous park, the constructing of yellow and purple brick has straightforward, fashionable geometric specifics and an elaborate columned neo-Classical entrance topped by loggias on every flooring.

The building’s very simple geometric motifs carry on on the interior, with parquet and small wainscoting in the dwelling area. Even though the unit seems in move-in situation, some new paint and strategic updates could supply some polish.

In the kitchen, where by there is area for a desk, wooden planks or black and white checked linoleum could give the plywood ground some 1920s flair. The primary subway wall tile appears in great situation, the appliances are fairly latest, and there is a mid century standalone farmhouse sink and white metal cabinets.

The bedroom has views of trees reverse in Sunset Park by means of two windows on two exposures. The toilet has its original deep tub, pedestal sink, porcelain hex tile flooring and subway tile partitions. (If any cracks, grout or plumbing desires notice, reproduction rectified tile with minimum grout traces is obtainable.)

The apartment has 3 closets and there is laundry and more storage in the 32-unit, four-story walkup developing, which will allow 80 per cent financing. The maintenance is small at $560 a thirty day period.

Listed by Ryan Field, Meris Blumstein and Casey Lichtman of Corcoran, the unit is asking $419,000. What do you think?

[Listing: 683 41st Street #27 | Broker: Corcoran] GMAP

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