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In the East Village, a co-op with rare neighborhood views asks $899,000

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The apartment has sky-high views of Manhattan not often found in the East Village

Inhabiting a large pre-war co-op building along 14th Street in Manhattan’s East Village, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment boasts one glorious amenity: its views of Manhattan. The brokerbabble states, "If you are all about the views, then this is the perfect apartment to come and see," going on to note that it's "difficult to decide which views are better: day or night."

Aside from that, the spacious apartment isn’t incredibly fancy, but it does have a huge living room that can be sectioned off to allow room for an office, a large bedroom, a decently sized chef’s kitchen, and plenty of closet space. It also has several large windows that allow for lots of natural light, and the building itself offers amenities that include a laundry room, part-time doorman, and live-in super. The asking price: $899,000.