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A cozy 300-square-foot Hell’s Kitchen studio wants just $350,000

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The co-op comes with track lighting and a renovated kitchen

Interior of a small studio apartment

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.

A very, very tiny studio in Hell’s Kitchen just hit the market, and while it has definite drawbacks—at 300 square feet, it is, again, very, very tiny—it also has a cozy sort of charm. (You might have to imagine that, though—the listings photos aren’t exactly great.)

The listing boasts an “open layout,” which is to say that the apartment has one room. To be fair, the room is (relatively) generous, with enough space to comfortably fit a queen bed, a smallish couch, an entertainment system, and, theoretically, a desk. The kitchen is up-to-date, and about as user-friendly as one could hope for, given the size: there’s a full fridge, a dishwasher, white oak cabinets, and a miniature two-burner range.

Guarantors, co-purchase, and pied-a-terre arrangements are allowed, as are pets, though it’s not clear where you’d put them.