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In Harlem, a pre-war apartment with spruced up interiors asks $649,000

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This lovely apartment resides within Harlem’s first condo conversion

Photos courtesy Corcoran

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.

Harlem’s first building to face a condo conversion was the pre-war structure at 3 West 122nd Street. It is within this building, known as the Palm Tree Condominiums, where a spacious one-bedroom apartment boasting a subtle renovation mixed with original architectural details is asking $649,000.

Despite its revamp, the space is still reminiscent of an earlier time period. High ceilings and large framed windows set the scene and even the new kitchen has a slightly vintage feel with its black-and-white checkered tiles.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any photos of the bedroom, but judging by the floorplan, it’s a modest-sized space.

The apartment in its entirety measures out to be 680 square feet.