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.
Fans of simplicity and order will have much to love in this compact Greenwich Village studio, where everything seems to fit just so from the queen-sized bed in its nook to the stools that can be tucked under the built-in counter. Recreating the apartment’s look will be no problem for its next owner, either: The listing not only includes the updated studio, but its furniture as well. The apartment and its furnishings are on the market for $598,000.
In the time since the apartment was purchased in 2015—for $380,000—it’s undergone a renovation by MySuites & Co that completely reconfigured its floorplan, moving the kitchen from the back of the apartment to bathroom-adjacent and creating a bedding nook and generous walk-in closet. The apartment has been on and off the market since September 2016, when it was first listed (be the designer, no less) for $615,000.
How does the apartment measure up to its previous floorplan? Does the benefit of a private bedding nook outweigh the openness of a traditional studio layout? Sound off in the comments.