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Value for the money?

When was the last time you saw one bedroom condos going for less than $450K, outfitted with a Subzero fridge, Wolf stove and Miele dishwasher?

Well, Warren Lewis is marketing four one bedroom units in Park Slope right now. The units range from $395K to $435K.


At July 13, 2006 9:02 PM, Anonymous Dan said...

Why would you want any of those things anyway. I'd rather pocket the difference in price. I'll be just fine keeping my ice cream frozen at 32 degrees thank you very much. I guess people are still distracted by the shiny shiny things in their kitchens. I'm an architect and nothing gets me more hot and bothered than people buying apartments because they come with 10k of fancy cooking appliances. They do nothing for your space and cost a way more than the stainless appliances at sears.

At July 13, 2006 9:11 PM, Blogger ltjbukem said...

my view is if you're buying this apt to live in yourself and you enjoy cooking, then this is a lot better than having subpar appliances that are a few thousand btu than what you need.

i'm sure the seller could've easily outfitted it with frigidaire stuff and sold it for the same price.

At July 14, 2006 8:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

has anyone been inside these yet? it is a really low price for the area- i've been wondering why- if there's something off with the location, building, layout, etc.

At July 14, 2006 1:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

FYI: The one listed for $395 is a whopping 408 square feet - almost at $1,000 a square foot here folks... Sunday will tell whether or not folks will buy it.

At July 26, 2006 1:11 PM, Anonymous shannon said...

My husband and I checked these out several weeks ago and they seem smaller than even the square footage would suggest. All of the rooms have odd angles which make furniture placement darn near impossible.


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