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Quirky Tribeca condo with a wall of windows asks $1.35M

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The apartment makes good use of its unorthodox layout

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Right off the bat, you can tell that this triangular shaped condo in Tribeca is unlike anything you typically see within the well-to-do neighborhood. It’s a weird layout anyway you look at it but somehow, it manipulates use of the space in a way that makes sense in the best way that it knows how.

This 797-square-foot apartment, asking $1.35 million, offers one bedroom, one bathroom, and a small sleep alcove (if that’s what you call it) with a built-in Murphy bed adjacent several oversized windows and two closets. The quirky living room is pretty narrow due to its design but the wall of windows invite in a heap of natural light that makes the space feel larger.

The kitchen somehow manages to offer a decent amount of storage space along with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The spacious master bedroom is also filled with sunlight and features a large closet.

Common charges is set at $978/month and monthly taxes are $1,036.