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Tiny Upper West Side co-op with 19th-century details wants $529,000

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Wooden beamed ceilings, exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace are among the lovely features

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.

Let's be honest: a Murphy bed is clear indication that the space you've just encountered is a tiny one. This junior one-bedroom co-op within a prewar brownstone in Lincoln Square is no exception. Though the actual square footage isn't listed, the photos give a pretty solid idea of what this apartment is working with.

The narrow bedroom is the main concern, where there is just enough space to get by, but not much extra. Yet, the amount of charm paired with its modern comfort, not to mention the decent asking price and incredible location might be the perks needed to sway an enticed buyer.

The apartment’s living room features 10-foot high wooden beamed ceilings, an expansive exposed brick wall, decorative fireplace, and windows that give view to the neighboring building (can’t have it all). The kitchen and bathroom have been renovated with up-to-speed amenities and there is also a washer/dryer unit within the space. Last but not least, there are three huge closets that give tons of storage space. The asking price is $529,000 and monthly maintenance is just $536 a month.