A double trip to Prospect Park, a bright window, and plenty of space spread out could be yours with our Deal of the Week. This wide open Prospect Heights 2BR, 436 Sterling Place # 10, makes no sacrifices about comfort, style or location. And yet somehow it’s still well below market price for the region! Look.
The Price: $ 649,000
The average asking price for a home in Prospect Heights is $ 1.2 million, according to the StreetEasy Data Dashboard. That puts our Deal of the Week at about half the price for the neighborhood.
Buyers who have submitted the 20% minimum down payment of $ 129,800 can expect monthly payments of $ 3,199. This includes a $ 2,262 mortgage payment and a $ 937 maintenance fee.
Why You Will Love It …
When you enter this Prospect Heights 2BR, a lobby lobby opens to a spacious living space. It is accentuated by a long exposed brick wall, but the real star of the show is the sun bay. The generous window sill could be the future location of a comfortable reading bench. Or you could take a trail from the list of photos and arrange it in houseplants. Either way, it will definitely be one of your favorite places.
The chic factor is enhanced by a modern and open kitchen. It features granite countertops, ample cabinet space, a dishwasher and another bright window. Meanwhile both bedrooms have south east windows, so you’ll get plenty of sunlight through the space throughout the day.
Finally, our Agreement of the Week is in a pre-war building just a few blocks from Great Army Square, la Brooklyn Museum, and and Prospect Park. What a place! It also offers a laundry room, a bicycle storage room and select storage.
… And Why You Can’t
Unfortunately, like so many pre-war buildings, this is a walk. But the unit is only on the second floor, so it’s not a lot of steps. In addition this Prospect Heights 2BR is very lacking in storage. There is only one closet in the whole apartment, and it is next to the bathroom – there is no closet in both bedrooms. So you have to be created with stock solutions.