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$849,000 for an 1830s 1BR With a Very Cozy Footprint

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Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Have a nomination? Send it to the tipline.

Price: $849,000
Address: 47-49 King Street #13, in the no man's land west of Sixth Avenue and south of Houston
Size: Unlisted and cozy
Maintenance: $969
You know that row of Federal-style brick rowhouses on King Street, now surrounded on each side by the pervasive traffic snarls of Varick Street and Sixth Avenue? Well, this is one of those. The landmarked 1830s home at 47-49 has been remade into twelve co-op units; #13 is on the third floor and overlooks the building's lush central garden. OMG, cute. The apartment is pretty tiny, though its original wide plank floors, 10-foot beamed ceilings, wood-burning fireplace and exposed brick walls make up for it in the looks department. The kitchen, for its part, is rather roomy and has a skylight. There isn't a ton of storage in the unit, though the building offers communal space in the basement.

· Listing: 47-49 King Street #13 [CORE]
· The Six Digit Club archive [Curbed]