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Located on the top floor of an elevator co-op

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What/Where: 1BR, 1BA co-op in the East Village

Square Footage: n/a

Taxes/Common Charges: $1,226

This top-floor co-op unit in the East Village comes with 10-foot-tall ceilings, hardwood floors, and an antique wood-burning fireplace in the living room, among other standout features.

The one-bedroom apartment underwent a modern renovation a couple of years ago, and as a result the kitchen has been fitted with features like white caesarstone countertops, marble tile backsplash, and under-cabinet lighting. Appliances here include a Bertazzoni gas range, and a Bosch dishwasher.

The apartment’s windowed bathroom too was spruced up with a wall-mounted vanity, a recessed mirror cabinet, and a frameless shower door. One of the few places where this co-op lacks is the bedroom—it’s on the smaller side compared to the rest of the space, but the broker on the listing says it comfortably fits a queen-sized bed.

To top it all, you don’t have to climb a long flight to stairs to get to the apartment. It’s located in an elevator building, which also comes with laundry in the basement, and is apparently located on a block that “has been featured in countless television and movie productions.”

For all of that, how much do you think this place is asking?