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Unadorned Hudson Heights co-op in an Art Deco building seeks $675,000

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The quiet Upper Manhattan pad offers basket-weave floors and plenty of light

Table for two in a modern 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.

Billed as everything “a HOME should be” (emphasis theirs), this well-laid-out Hudson Heights co-op indeed has a quietly HOMEY sort of allure. Priced at $675,000, the apartment is fully renovated and pleasantly neutral.

The sunken living room and adjacent open dining area are spacious and adorned with tasteful new moldings and basket-weave floors. The master bedroom is huge and boasts what appears to be an equally enormous closet, while the smaller bedroom offers a “glorious” corner window with “lovely views” of Cabrini Boulevard.

And though it is true that kitchen is somewhat oddly shaped—it is long and very, very narrow — it is also well appointed, with granite countertops, gleaming white cabinetry, and a subway tile backsplash. The bathroom features a rainfall shower, and though they are not pictured, the listing promises the closets are “fantastic.”

One of the neighborhood’s Art Deco co-ops, the building offers a part-time doorman, central laundry, bike and private storage, plus access to an idyllic courtyard garden for soaking in the Upper Manhattan air. Maintenance clocks in at $961.