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Elegant Upper East Side co-op with practical design wants $565K

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Four closets provide a decent amount of storage space while large windows bring in lots of sunlight

Photos courtesy Corcoran.

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.

A large, light-filled apartment along East 85th Street in Yorkville has made its way to the market with a relatively low asking price (for the Upper East Side, that is). The co-op, asking $565,000, isn’t filled with lush flourishes but it does boast practicality and it’s quite elegant within its own rights.

Upon entering, a foyer takes you into the large living room that is complete with wood floors and a wall of large windows that filter in a ton of sunlight. The kitchen sits opposite the living room and offers lots of counter space and cabinetry.

Per the listing description, the bedroom can accommodate a king-size bed and offers two closets for storage space. If that isn’t enough for you, there are two additional closets found in the apartment—one in the hallway near the front door and another located just outside of the bathroom.

Yorkville apartments can be a bit of a walk from the nearest subway station, but this one isn’t too bad. The Second Avenue Subway’s 86th Street station is about two blocks away.

Maintenance charges go for $1,586/month.