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.
Located on the top floor of a three-story walk-up on East 10th Street, this bohemian one-bedroom co-op in the East Village is now on the market for $875,000. The co-op overall is comprised of 29 apartments spread out between six townhouses that were once part of the estate of Peter Stuyvesant.
Now on to the apartment; It features 14-foot-tall beamed ceilings, newly-installed glass skylights that flood the apartment with light, and access to a private roof deck on the floor above.
Other standout features in this home include the original wide plank floors, the exposed brick, the marble mantelpiece, and a washer & dryer in-unit. In addition, residents of the co-op also have access to a garden shared by the six townhouses. The complex is located within the St. Marks Historic District and the new owner of the third-floor walk-up will also benefit from low monthlies of $797.
- Listing: 111 East 10th Street [Compass]