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.
The notoriously pricey West Village is home to plenty of sad studios with six-digit prices—it’s less often that a bona-fide one-bedroom comes onto the market asking less than a million. A rare one of those rolled onto the market today, and unsurprisingly it’s a one-bedroom crafted out of two conjoined studios.
That aside, the apartment is “renovated to simplistic perfection,” as the brokerbabble says, with a windowed kitchen nook with custom cherry wood cabinetry, an updated bathroom, and a spacious bedroom with built-ins. The apartment at 354 West 12th Street, between Washington and Greenwich streets, oozes prewar charm with its south-facing casement windows, two decorative brick fireplaces, and crown moldings.
The apartment, asking $895,000, is on the market with Wendy and Emma Maitland at Brown Harris Stevens. Maintenance is $1,306/month.