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Narrow East Village loft with private garden asks $680,000

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It’s a long climb up to the sleeping loft

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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.

If you let the brokers tell it, this quirky East Village co-op is a one-bedroom that was recently converted into a loft with a sleeping alcove but has potential to once again become a true one-bedroom. Whatever you may call it, the space is quite unique, asking $680,000, which isn’t incredibly affordable but what can you do?

The apartment is essentially a railroad-style space with a ladder that leads to the elevated sleeping loft. Though it’s pretty narrow, there is a fair spread of details throughout like high ceilings, white brick walls, and oversized windows. The kitchen is small but not unbearable and has been revamped with marble countertops and built-in appliances.

Perhaps the best thing that this abode has going for it is the lengthy private outdoor space. It’s always nice to have a mini escape of your own to when you have that desire to enjoy some fresh air without actually leaving the comforts of your home. Maintenance is also low at just $636/month.