Welcome to a semi-regular feature, Price Points, in which we pick a relatively low asking price and a type of apartment, then scour StreetEasy to find the best available options around the city. Today's task: Manhattan one-bedrooms asking under $600,000.
↑ In Tudor City, a cute co-op located in Woodstock Tower is asking $535,000. The airy one-bedroom may not be huge, but thanks to walls o’windows, it gets plenty of natural light. The kitchen, which opens into the living room, comes with a dishwasher and modern appliances, and the overall effect is best described as, well, charming. [Floorplan]
↑ A prewar co-op in Washington Heights with views onto Coogan’s Bluff is on the market for $399,500. The apartment may be compact but comes with an open floorplan, an updated kitchen, and a windowed bathroom. Two major bonuses: The apartment comes with its own washer and dryer, and has a windowed bathroom. Sorry, no dogs here. Maintenance runs $801 per month. [Floorplan]
↑ A railroad-style one-bedroom in the West Village, which the brokerbabble touts as a “newly renovated GEM!,” is going for $595,000. The renovations seem to have extended to the kitchen, which is now covered in pressed tin tiles, and the bathroom, which is clean and otherwise unremarkable. The building itself has a live-in super and laundry, and maintenance is $803/month. [Floorplan]
↑ Sure, it could use a few updates but this one-bedroom in Hell’s Kitchen has all the basics covered (and then some.) An open living and dining area with south-facing windows means the apartment should get a decent amount of light. The bedroom is also quite large, with enough room to fit a king-sized bed. The apartment comes with four large closets, which might make up for its petite and dated kitchen. The co-op, at Sutton Gardens on East 55th Street, comes with a doorman and is on the market for $599,000. Monthly maintenance is just shy of $1,400. [Floorplan]
↑ This Upper East Side co-op may not have the most practical layout, but buying here means buying into a little piece of New York City history. The apartment is in The Cherokee, a former tuberculosis sanitarium turned co-op. While that doesn’t sound all that appealing, it assured the apartment the two Juliet balconies it still has today. The apartment’s been updated with an open kitchen and an additional Murphy bed in the living room (for guests or whatnot.) The bedroom is petite but at the very least can fit a bed. It’s asking $450,000 with monthly maintenance coming in at $1,100. [Floorplan]
↑ There are some cons to this East Village co-op, namely the fact that it’s on the first floor of a building on East 12th Street—not exactly a quiet part of the neighborhood. But it’s bright and has a great layout, particularly considering its $599,000 price tag. The kitchen is narrow but has new cabinets and appliances, and both the bedroom and common space are decently sized. [Floorplan]
Which Manhattahn one-bedroom would you spend $600K on?
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