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.
This charming Upper West Side co-op barely scrapes under the million dollar mark, at $995,000, but given its size and location, its surprising that it isn’t asking more.
Located within a prewar brownstone that dates back to 1898, the apartment is a duplex that resides on the top floor of the walk-up building and features two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The lower level boasts an open-concept floorplan that gives way to the living room where there is a decorative fireplace and exposed brick walls; the white-washed kitchen with open cabinets and a breakfast bar; a bedroom, and a full bathroom.
On the upper level you’ll find the master suite, where there is a large sitting area, a sizable closet, an en-suite bathroom, a large solarium, and even a private roof deck that gives view to the city’s skyline.
The apartment is less than a block away from the American Museum of Natural History as well as Central Park, and is about 1.5 blocks away from the 1 line’s 79th Street Station.
Monthly maintenance is set at $1,193.
- Listing: 146 West 80th Street #4R [Douglas Elliman]