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West Village studio with an oddball loft bed seeks $675,000

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The industrial-chic apartment might not be for everyone

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.

When this industrial “mini-loft” at 92 Horatio Street first hit the market back in July, Douglas Elliman was listing the quirky West Village pad for $695,000. In the time since, the listing’s changed hands—Compass is now handling the sale—and the price has dropped ever so slightly—it’s now asking $675,000.

Though no one would accuse the one-room studio of being overly large, the place has 12-foot ceilings, along with track lighting and a small kitchen outfitted with granite countertops and stainless appliances. The well-designed bathroom has cobalt tile and a tub for two.

The only potential wrinkle is the lofted bedroom, such as it is—as we noted before, the “room” is “more or less just a bed packed in rather closely to the ceiling.” Standing may not be possible, but on the bright side, there are some shelves?

Still, the co-op is bright and white and extremely well located, close to Chelsea Market, the High Line, and The Whitney. Maintenance is $795, and dogs are allowed.