Ever dream of abandoning dreary city life for the chance to sit in a hammock all day on a Caribbean island? High on the tenth floor of the East Village's Ageloff Towers, this skinny one bedroom offers a crude facsimile of that lifestyle, with a gaggle of potted palms and a lacy hammock strung across the bedroom. Don't worry, there's also a good ol' fashioned mattress in there too, while out in the living room, the mood is set with some post-colonial furniture, flower prints, and a nautical-inspired dinner bell. That foreign flavor hasn't yet been able to move this East Village pad, which, despite being across from public housing, boasts a doorman, elevator operator, and live-in super. Listed with Corcoran since last September, most recently at $650K, the listing recently made the switch to Brown Harris Stevens and an ever-so-slightly lower price: $645K.