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For $587K, an elongated Upper East Side co-op filled with classic charm

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There’s no shortage pf prewar details here

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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.

In Yorkville, a railroad-style apartment. located on the fourth floor of a walk-up building, has hit the market asking $587,000. Depending on where you’re located within the neighborhood, the nearest train station can be a bit far but luckily, the building that hosts this apartment is about 2.5 blocks away from the Second Avenue subway’s 86th Street station.

The co-op encompasses 670 square feet and is decorated with a mix of original and modern details. High ceilings, original wood floors, wall molding, wood-framed windows, exposed brick, both French and pocket doors, and a decorative living room fireplace are among its prewar details. The narrow kitchen has been brought up to modern speed, offering plenty of wood cabinetry as well as a washer/dryer machine.

The master bedroom is of modest size, but does appear to be large enough to accommodate a queen-sized bed. The apartment’s smaller room would make for a good home office or even storage space.

Maintenance is going for $902/month.