If you’re looking for a 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment in Park Slope and you don’t want to break the bank, we’ve rounded up a few that are currently available in the neighborhood for under $2,500 per month — take a look at the details, and let us know what you think. Lots of luck in your search!
115 Park Place, Garden
Details: The kitchen will be fully renovated by the time you move into this 1-bed, 1-bath, garden-level apartment. There’s a lovely shared garden, and you’re close to the subways at 7th Ave and Bergen St. No pets allowed, though.
Contact: Listed by Douglas Elliman, 718-840-2011
34 Montgomery Place
Details: The use of descriptors “junior 1-bed,” “adorable,” and “cozy” make this one seem a bit on the smaller end, but if you want to enjoy some space, Prospect Park is just a block away. There are some pretty original details in this brownstone apartment, and pets are allowed, subject to landlord’s approval.
Contact: Listed by Highline Residential, 718-878-0063
647 President Street
Available: July 1
Details: Just off of 5th Avenue and all the shopping, restaurants, and bars found there, this is a ground-floor duplex that has the kitchen and living area on the main level (pictured above), and the bedroom area on the lower level — so no door, no real privacy, and possibly not an actual 1-bed? Still, there is a separation, and it’s light and airy in the main space, cozy and cave-like in the bedroom, and could be a great option depending on your situation. The building is pet-friendly.
Contact: Listed by Swythe, 212-767-9469
71 7th Avenue, #2R
Details: It’s a pretty basic, no frills 1-bedroom (which they say can fit a queen-size bed), but the recently updated kitchen area does apparently have a dishwasher. Close to the B/Q at 7th Avenue, and if you like sushi, you couldn’t be closer to Sawa. And a bonus: All utilities are included.
Contact: Listed by Corcoran, 718-832-4155
48 4th Avenue
Available: June 15
Details: We know 4th Avenue can be busy, and this end, just blocks from the Atlantic/Flatbush intersection, can be particularly hectic — especially if you’re on the parlor level, like you’d be here. But is the price on this pet-friendly apartment low enough to make it worth putting up with a little bit of noise?
Contact: Listed by L.Nelson & Associates, 347-735 2919
Photo via Swythe