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Idyllic West Village duplex gets lots of light for $900K

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The prewar apartment was fully renovated in 2014

Photos courtesy Compass.

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 charming one-bedroom duplex co-op along the West Village’s picturesque Jones Street has made its way back to the market. Though its $900,000 asking price hasn’t budged, we feel like it’s deserving of a closer look, so let’s get right to it.

The floorplan here is a simple one: as you enter through the upper level, you are greeted by the small open kitchen, equipped with stainless steel appliances and white lacquered cabinetry. The upper level is where you’ll also find the living room that has been given floor-to-ceiling custom bookshelves, exposed brick walls, and dark hardwood floors. The double-height windows bring in a plethora of natural light.

The lower level gives way to one of the apartment’s bathrooms (there is a half-bathroom on the upper level), as well as the bedroom. We’ll admit that the bedroom is narrow, but it does offer nice details that include white-painted brick walls, a custom-built-in closet, and a decent amount of sunlight.

Maintenance here is going for $1,069/month and the prewar building is about a three block walk from the West 4th Street subway station.