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5 spacious Manhattan two-bedrooms asking less than $1M

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From Greenwich Village to Hudson Heights, here’s what you can get for under a million dollars

Welcome to a semi-regular feature, Price Points, in which we pick a relatively low asking price and a type of apartment, then scour StreetEasy to find the best available options around the city. Today's task: Manhattan two-bedrooms asking under $1 million.

Town Residential

↑In Morningside Heights, a well-polished two-bedroom, one-bathroom that has been renovated by the current owner, who is described as a “skilled craftsmen and master builder,” is looking to sell for $775,000. The apartment is full of natural light and comes with details that include high ceilings, wood paneled walls, a windowed eat-in kitchen with exposed brick and a hidden washer/dryer, a bathroom with a claw foot tub, and decent closet space. [Floorplan]


↑An elegantly designed two-bedroom, one-bathroom in Greenwich Village is asking $929,000. The co-op embraces an open concept layout with a sleek and spacious living room, and an open kitchen with wood cabinetry and a large island. There are also five large closets spread throughout the apartment. [Floorplan]

Christopher Korey

↑Nestled in a Rosario Candela-designed building in Carnegie Hill, this lovely prewar co-op is going for $999,000. The two-bedroom, one-bedroom home comes with a decorative fireplace, beamed ceilings, a spacious but dated eat-in windowed kitchen, and six decent-sized closets. [Floorplan]

Citi Habitats

↑This prewar apartment in Hudson Heights is lined with oversized windows and comes with a huge kitchen with custom wood cabinets and two large sun-filled bedrooms. Asking price is $699,000. [Floorplan]

Douglas Elliman

↑This two-bedroom, two-bathroom spread in Tudor City has gotten a modern revamp. Among its details are beamed ceilings, oversized windows, custom built-in storage space, a renovated galley kitchen, and en-suite bathrooms. It’s asking $975,000. [Floorplan]


Which Manhattan two-bedroom would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 17%
    Morningside Heights
    (102 votes)
  • 27%
    Greenwich Village
    (160 votes)
  • 4%
    Carnegie Hill
    (25 votes)
  • 4%
    Hudson Heights
    (24 votes)
  • 45%
    Tudor City
    (264 votes)
575 votes total Vote Now