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For $775,000, a spacious Upper East Side co-op with a sunken liven room

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The one-bedroom apartment is home to a unique blend of details

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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.

In Carnegie Hill, a spacious one-bedroom with an interesting layout is going for $775,000, which is relatively inexpensive for the neighborhood. Set within a pre-war building that touts white glove service, this generous space offers a lot for its semi-low price.

Spanning 850 square feet, its huge foyer leads into an even larger sunken living room with beamed ceilings, inlaid wood floors, large windows, and a small dining room space near the wall of windows. The galley kitchen is small and narrow, as its name implies, but what it lacks in width it attempts to make up for in counter space and charm. There are also stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, and a small kitchen.

The bedroom, or “chamber” as the floorplan calls it, features more beamed ceilings and two huge windows that optimize natural light. And perhaps the fanciest room in the apartment is the Carrara marble-bedecked bathroom with its massive vanity and mirror. Four sizable closets give the apartment a great amount of storage space.

Among with its white glove service, there are other building amenities that include a laundry room, bike room, rentable storage space, and a full-time doorman. Maintenance is set at $1,636/month.