A one-bedroom condo in Old City has hit the market to the tune of $340,000. Yet what it lacks in number of bedrooms it makes up for in character and natural light, if those are two things that you’re after.
The one-bedroom, one-bath condo clocks in a 1,056 square feet, which leaves room for a very large living area that joins a cozy nook-turned-dining room that’s flanked by two walls of exposed brick and exposed beams. Exposed details is a common theme in this sunny condo. There are also exposed beams and brick in the bedroom.
The kitchen is half-open to the living area, and takes on a more farmhouse-style after a recent renovation, with wood countertops and a subway-tile backsplash.
And while cozying up to a fireplace probably isn’t in the minds of potential homeowners this summer, it will definitely be welcome come winter. Listing agent Jeffrey Block says in general, the condo manages to offer a “spacious loft feel with original character,” combined with a “warm, homey residence.”
- 209 N. 4th Street, Unit E4 [City Block Team]