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How much for a two-bedroom Inwood co-op with Art Deco charm?

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How much do you think this 950-square-foot pad at the top of Manhattan is asking?

Pricespotter is Curbed's pricing guessing game. How much do you think this place is asking? Drop your guess in the comments, and remember, no cheating!

What/Where: 2BR/1BA co-op in Inwood

Square Footage: 950

Taxes/common charges: $1,069

This Inwood co-op in an Art Deco building is downright charming, with original built-in shelving in the entry, beautiful herringbone wood floors, and baseboard molding. For all of its older accents, the apartment is also updated where it counts—in the kitchen, where there are stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. While the bathroom isn’t updated, its design is pretty timeless.

The co-op comes with two bedrooms, the smaller of which the current owner is using as a TV room. Per the listing jargon, it sounds like the room’s vintage starburst chandelier is included in the sale (but that’s not a guarantee.)

Maintenance on the 950-square-foot apartment runs $1,069. Take into account that the older building does not include some of today’s more standard building amenities like a gym, but does include access to a shared garden and, strangely, air conditioner storage. (No central air here!) So, how much do you think its asking?