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. Send nominations to the tipline.
You may be asking yourself right now: what, pray tell, is a "four room" studio? According to the brokerbabble in this Upper East Side listing, it means a studio (with a separate kitchen and bathroom) where the current occupant has put up a screen to create a "bedroom" of sorts. So it's basically a way to make this tiny studio—which, by our unscientific measurement, clocks in at less than 400 square feet—sound bigger (we do admire the broker's chutzpah, though). But it is well-appointed for such a small space, with a decorative mantle in the living area, granite counters in the kitchen, and a marble-outfitted bathroom. The asking price:
$759,000 $795,000 (plus a $723 maintenance fee).
Correction: The list price for the unit is $795,000, not $759,000 as originally reported. Curbed regrets the error.