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How much for a cramped, but classy, Upper East Side co-op?

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The one-bedroom, one-bathroom recently underwent a renovation

All photos courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty

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What/Where: 1BR, 1BA on the Upper East Side

Square Footage: N/A

Taxes/Common Charges: $1,687/month

Located in a pre-war co-op building on East 78th Street on the Upper East Side, this one-bedroom apartment recently underwent a renovation and has many characteristic Upper East Side elements to it. For example, the apartment is entered through a marble entryway. That opens up into the living room which is outfitted with hardwood floors, has a wood-burning fireplace, and a wine refrigerator.

The kitchen, to the left of the living room, has an eat-in nook and comes with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. In an otherwise slightly cramped apartment, the bedroom is probably the most spacious, and offers up custom lighting and a ceiling fan. Apart from that, this apartment was recently fitted with updated radiators, remote controlled window shades, and new electrical wiring—all the schmancy accoutrements you expect in an Upper East Side pad.

The building has a 24-hour doorman, a laundry facility, and bike storage. Keeping all of that mind, how much do you think this place is asking? Let us know in the comments.