Co-op pick of the week

This Windsor Terrace one bedroom is small but bright, and very conveniently located

The apartment is a short walk from Prospect Park and the F and G, and the current owner has added custom touches.

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This one-bedroom co-op in at 47 Reeve Pl. in Windsor Terrace is bright, thanks to big windows—including three in the bedroom—as well as a cheery, yellow living area with custom detailing. The apartment is in a prewar building with 16 apartments altogether, on a quiet, tree-lined block steps from the Fort Hamilton Parkway F and G station. The apartment is on the second floor, with nine-foot ceilings and wood floors, and it's listed for $469,000.

The open kitchen features a small breakfast bar, and a pint-sized stove and cupboards.

A closet in the entryway has been turned into a small desk area. It could be turned back into a closet if desired. The apartment has two other closets. 

The bedroom's windows face north and west.

The windowed bathroom looks to be in good condition, although there's no photo of a shower or tub. 

The apartment comes with access to a shared backyard.

Maintenance is $517 a month. The building has free basement storage, free laundry, and free wifi. 

The building is in a quiet but convenient spot. On the opposite end of the block from the F and G stop is Prospect Park. Several casually upscale restaurants and the bar The Adirondack are around the corner on Prospect Avenue, along with delis and a wine store.