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For $595,000, a cheerful one-bedroom on Central Park West

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There’s lots of light and easy access to one of NYC’s biggest parks

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.

“Come home to Central Park!” beckons the listing for this top-floor corner co-op unit, which, for once, actually is located just steps from the city’s most legendary greenery.

Location’s not all this place has going for it, though. Modern but still charming, sleek but not austere, the 700-square-foot prewar apartment may not be huge, but it feels spacious, with a sunny corner bedroom, a sizable walk-in closet, fancy ebony-stained floors, and an extremely appealing living room outfitted with huge Westward-facing windows. The kitchen is decked out with marble countertops, slate tile floors, and stainless everything, and while the marble bathroom has some unexpected angles, it is bright and new and looks ideally suited for bathing.

Built in 1910, the seven-story elevator building comes with a reasonable slate of perks: bike storage, a part-time doorman, and laundry. Maintenance for the place, which is currently listed at $595,000, comes in at $866/month.