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Eccentric West Village Studio With a Mini-Loft Asks $695,000

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It’s cute but be warned: the bed is closer to the ceiling than it is to the floor

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.

The studio space at 92 Horatio Street is the epitome of a New York City loft, just miniature-sized . Though it’s not huge by any stretch of the imagination, the West Village home certainly feels grand thanks to its vast vertical space. The designer pad features 12-foot ceilings, four windows, a small but well-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom fitted with a two-person hot tub.

Now the bedroom situation is where things take an interesting turn—it’s more a less just a bed packed in rather closely to the ceiling on the makeshift top floor of the studio. Standing may or may not be possible but all other additives beyond a few shelf items aren’t really practical. Nonetheless, the home is still a lovely space asking $695,000.