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5 open houses on the Upper East Side to check out this weekend

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From studios to spacious one-bedrooms, all under a million dollars

Welcome to the weekly Open House Tour, because who doesn’t love a little real estate gawking? This time around, we’re looking at what’s on the market on the Upper East Side.

↑On East 76th Street is this small, light-filled studio that’s asking $438,000. The space is low-frills, offering a small windowed kitchen with dark wood cabinetry, a walk-in closet, two smaller closets, and a full bathroom. There is also the option to have the apartment delivered with a Murphy bed in place. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, June 10 (12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.)

Douglas Elliman.

↑For $799,500, consider this spacious one-bedroom condo on East 62nd Street, complete with oversized windows, a contemporary kitchen, decent storage space, and a small balcony outside of the living room. There is plenty of natural light and the views aren’t bad either. Common charges are $1,019/month. [Floorplan]

When: Saturday, June 9 (1 p.m. to 2 p.m., by appointment only)

Compass.

↑Another small studio is up for grabs, this one along East 69th Street and asking $500,000. There is a sleep alcove that slightly away from the main living area, a compact kitchen that could benefit from a modern revamp, and huge windows that give view to the skyline. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, June 10 (12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.)

↑There’s a lot going on within this railroad-style apartment on East 90th Street. The one-bedroom abode is a co-op that’s been graced with wooden beamed living room ceilings, brick walls, a tiny kitchen with turquoise-colored cabinetry, and a light-filled bedroom with two closets. The space crams in a lot but it’s asking just $425,000, which isn’t terrible. [Floorplan]

Douglas Elliman.

↑An 800-square-foot co-op with prewar charm wants $650,000. Among the details within this one-bedroom are beamed ceilings, arched entryways, original French doors, a decorative fireplace, and wall moldings. The eat-in kitchen has been updated with stainless steel appliances and has a service entrance, while the bedroom features plenty of space and sunlight. [Floorplan]

When: Sunday, June 10 (2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.)