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In Soho, a sparse but chic one bedroom seeks $599K

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The apartment features windows throughout the unit that fill it with light

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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 sparse but chic one-bedroom apartment in a six-story walk-up in Soho is now on the market for $599,000. The fact that it’s a walk-up may be a reason the price isn’t exorbitant, especially considering the neighborhood.

The unit is part of a building located on Thompson Street, between Prince and Spring Streets, so the location is definitely a factor in its favor. The co-op opens up into the kitchen with the living/dining room beyond that. The apartment’s only bedroom is adjacent to the kitchen area, and a small windowed bathroom is right at the entrance to the unit.

The brokers on the property have also offered up an alternate vision of the space: converting the co-op into a two-bedroom unit. In this alternate plan, the living room would be converted into two small bedrooms, and the wall between the kitchen and the existing bedroom would be taken down to create a larger living area.

Some of the other nice features in the apartment include the exposed brick and the hardwood floors. Residents in the building have access to washers and dryers.