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Clinton Hill Condo With Private Deck In Historic Romanesque Revival Building Asks 845K

This one-bedroom condo at 320 Washington Avenue has two bathrooms, a renovated kitchen, high-ish ceilings, and a private deck that sits off the bedroom. It’s in the former Graham Home for Old Ladies, a Romanesque Revival gem set back from the street on a prime Clinton Hill block, next to small Underwood Park.

It’s currently a one-bedroom with a living room that has a dining area. An alternate floor plan suggests creating a small second bedroom with the dining area, which would still leave you with a living room of respectable size (though only one window).

There are two bathrooms, one an en-suite master bath. The kitchen is windowless but attractive, with black granite counters and plenty of counter space. There’s a stacked washer and dryer in an adjacent closet.

The deck isn’t huge, but it’s an awfully nice thing to have, as one doesn’t need reminding this time of year.

There’s central air and a storage unit in the basement of the building, a 25-unit structure converted to condos in 2001. The G train is a stone’s throw away. If you’ve got a car you can opt to rent a space within the building’s lot.

Listed by Kirsten Syrett, and Sarah Chamberlin of Halstead, the unit is asking $845,000. Common charges and taxes total $811.59 a month. Like what you see?

Tuesday, May 10, 2016