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Prewar Upper West Side co-op with classy upgrades seeks $775K

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Beamed ceilings, picture-rail molding, subway tile, and more

Courtesy of 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.

Storage space is a hot commodity in petite New York apartments, but one buyer will soon be flush with it. A prewar co-op in the Tudor-style building at 210 West 78th Street that just hit the market for $775,000 has been fitted with built-ins and walls of shelving, closets, and cabinets to give space to the clutter of everyday life.

The one-bedroom co-op reserves much of its prewar character in beamed ceilings and picture rail molding, but the apartment has seen a fair share of updates. The kitchen sports simple white cabinets and appliances and a black stone countertop, and also comes with a separate pantry space. The bathroom has been done up with hexagonal white marble flooring, subway tile, a glass shower enclosure, and polished chrome fixtures for a classic look.

The apartment’s bedroom comes with a wall of built-in shelving and dual exposures, as well as a built-in desk area. The listing, with Corcoran, mentions that the dining area can be sectioned off for a second (teeny tiny) bedroom.