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Love the beach? Here are five Brighton Beach one-bedrooms listed for under $450,000

This quirky co-op is listed for $359,000.

Elbe Real Estate

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Summer will be here soon, and if you live in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, that means swimming, soaking up the sun, and strolling down the newly landmarked boardwalk can be an everyday thing.

The neighborhood is low-key, but dense enough to have lots of shopping and eating and drinking options, found in commercial strips along Brighton Beach and Coney Island avenues, and big Russian restaurants along the water at Brighton Fourth Street. Known for its large Russian and Eastern European population, the area is also home to sizable communities of immigrants from Latin America and China.

Here are five one bedrooms in the neighborhood that can be yours for under $450,000.

3101 Ocean Pkwy., #5M

This 825-square-foot, one-bedroom co-op (also shown at top) has a colorful kitchen, hardwood flooring, and lots of closets. It’s listed for $359,000, and is in a building with laundry, a live-in super, storage, and garage parking (which currently has a waiting list, and costs $135 a month). The co-op board allows co-purchasing, gifting, guarantors, parents buying for children, and subletting. Maintenance is $505 a month.

2921 Brighton First St., #2

Listed for $439,000, this one-bedroom sponsor unit condo has a private terrace. The building has parking, and it's a short walk from the Q train at Ocean Parkway. Common charges are $217 a month.

3250 Coney Island Ave., #2

This 1,000-square-foot, one-bedroom co-op was recently renovated, and has a large foyer and lots of closets. It’s in a pet-friendly six-story building with an elevator and available parking, and it's listed for $399,000. Maintenance is $585 a month.

2906 Brighton 12th St., #6D

Priced at $379,000, this 700-square-foot, one-bedroom co-op has recently been renovated, and has central air and a dishwasher. It’s in a pet-friendly building with garage parking, laundry, a live-in super, and a courtyard. The building permits co-purchasing, gifting, parents buying for children, and subletting. Maintenance is $365 a month.

35 Seacoast Terrace, #2U

Listed for $379,000, this 750-square-foot, one-bedroom co-op has a dishwasher and ocean views. It’s in a doorman building with a gym, a sauna, and wait-listed parking. Maintenance is $328 a month.