This week’s Pricespotter apartment—a one-bedroom prewar co-op with modern upgrades—is asking $775,000. No one managed to guess the correct amount, however, Eulipian was just $5,000 away with a guess of $780,000.
For the most part, there weren’t any major complaints about the apartment’s layout and the majority of commenters thought it was a nice apartment, though they did complain that the nearly $2,000/month maintenance fee is steep. “The layout is pretty good with the foyer along with the windowed kitchen and bathroom. The large walk-in closet is a plus too,” says Views4Days. A few folks didn’t see the need for the service entrance, located in the kitchen and some highlighted the lack of views offered by the various windows throughout the apartment.
The building is located along East 74th Street, near Lexington Avenue, which means Central Park is a short walk away, the 6 line’s 77th Street station is just three blocks away, and the Second Avenue subway’s 72nd Street station is about a 7-minute walk away.
Now that we’ve revealed the asking price, what are your thoughts? Here’s another look: