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5 Greenwich Village open houses to check out this weekend

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Check out homes for sale from $669,000 to $1.1 million

Welcome to the weekly Open House Tour, because who doesn’t love a little real estate gawking? This time around, we’re looking at what’s on the market in Greenwich Village.

Compass.

↑A sun-filled alcove studio on West 12th Street is asking $669,000. The co-op has the option to be converted into a one-bedroom and features built-in storage in the living room area, a narrow kitchen with plenty of cabinet space, and four large closets. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, January 14 (2:45 p.m. to 4 p.m.)

Corcoran.

↑This one-bedroom on East 12th Street, asking $850,000, has its pros and cons. The living and dining room provide plenty of space, however, the kitchen and the bedroom are both on the small side. Nevertheless, the apartment comes with its own washer/dryer machine and the views aren’t bad either. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, January 14 (1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.)

Compass.

↑For $929,000, there is this two-bedroom co-op with an open concept design. The apartment has a simple layout that includes an open kitchen with a large island, a sizable bedroom, and plenty of closets throughout. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, January 14 (11 a.m. to 12 p.m.)

Core.

↑After a gut renovation, this spacious one-bedroom is looking to unload for $949,000. The living and dining area are flooded with natural light that pours in from the oversized windows, the kitchen has been revamp with stainless steel appliances, and four closets give plenty of storage space. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, January 14 (2 p.m. to 3 p.m.)

Corcoran.

↑This one-bedroom apartment within The Albert on East 10th Street is going for a steep $1.1 million. The prewar pad has undergone a gut renovation and boasts hardwood floors, nine-foot ceilings, custom built-ins, a modern kitchen, and a brand new bathroom. The most prominent perk of them all is undoubtedly the views of One World Trade Center and the rest of the city’s skyline. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, January 14 (1 p.m. to 3 p.m.)