An apartment nestled in a 100-year-old brownstone building in Washington Square West just dropped on the market for $529,000.
The two-bed, 1.5-bath place, is one of three units in the building, which was built in 1918 and looks like it would fit in well alongside the famous brownstones that line the streets of Park Slope in Brooklyn.
Inside, the home offers nearly 14-foot ceilings, a living room with hardwood floors, and a kitchen nook. A large bay window sheds tons of light, while a sunroom off to the side—which can double as one of the bedrooms—leads out to the private patio in the back of the home.
The master bedroom sits downstairs, with a bay window and a walk-in closet, bathroom, and washer and dryer. There’s also an adjacent, unfinished room which can be used for storage, or—as the listing suggests—a wine cellar.
The home just came on the market for the first time in over ten years; it was last sold in 2007 for $479,000. In addition to its half-million-dollar price tag, expect to pay HOA fees of $389 a month.
If you want to check it out for yourself, there’s an open house Sunday from noon to 1 p.m.
- 1002 Spruce Street, Unit B [Leanne Hirsch, Keller Williams]