Updated Park Slope Walkup With Moldings, Bay Windows, Two Bedrooms Asks $1.125 Million

On the fourth floor of a Beaux-Arts building in Park Slope, this dumbbell apartment has high ceilings, original wood floors, and nooks and crannies to explore. It’s located on the fourth floor of 392 8th Street, a four-story, eight-unit oatmeal-colored brick walkup with an undulating facade and restrained ornament.

The apartment opens to a foyer with a window and room for a bench. There are high ceilings, picture-frame moldings, and period woodwork throughout.

The five-room unit has a flexible floor plan with a double parlor in front, and dining room and kitchen in the rear. The layout has been modernized slightly to create a large master bedroom with bay window and home office in the front. In the rear of the unit is the second bedroom, a combined living-dining room, and the updated kitchen.

The latter fits in a washer-dryer, dishwasher, and other appliances on one wall, leaving space for a small table. The petite bathroom has been renovated with classic finishes, including white square wall tiles and black hex tiles. The floor plan shows a shower but no tub.

In the basement of the building is additional storage and space for bikes. The monthly maintenance on this unit is a reasonable $706.

Listed by Susanna Studwell of Corcoran, the apartment is asking $1.125 million. Worth it?

[Listing: 392 8th Street #4R | Broker: Corcoran] GMAP

392 8th street bedroom

392 8th street bathroom

The exterior of the building in 2006. Photo by Kate Leonova for Property Shark

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