Bay Ridge Co-op With Hardwood Floors Asks $329K


A modest and relatively affordable Bay Ridge one-bedroom appears to be in move-in condition, with original hardwood floors and light on two exposures. It’s on the fourth level of 302 96th Street, a six-story, 122-unit brick apartment building that may have opened around 1951 — the date on an old temporary certificate of occupancy.

The apartment’s entryway has a coat closet and space for an entry table and chair. A small foyer is identified as a dining area on the floor plan.

The kitchen and bathroom have been updated and there is a dishwasher. Original doors lend some charm, and closets number four.

The building has a garage and “assigned parking,” although the listing doesn’t specify whether a space comes with the unit or is available. Other features include an elevator, shared laundry, and resident’s lounge.

The monthly maintenance is $800. Listed by Compass agent Violette Tonuzi, the apartment is asking $329,000. Worth it?

[Listing: 302 96th Street, Unit 4L | Broker: Compass] GMAP

foyer with a niche with shelves and a glass door

kitchen with white cabinets and a window

bedroom with wood floor and two windows

bathroom with black and white floor tile and white fixtures

exterior of the brick building

The building in 2016. Photo by Christopher Bride for PropertyShark

floorplan showing living room at one end and bedroom at the other end of the unit

virtually staged living room with two exposures

virtually staged foyer set up as a dining room

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