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Slender East Village pad with lovely wooden finishes asks $500K

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The one-bedroom, one-bathroom home is part of co-op building on East 13th Street

Via Douglas Elliman

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.

Located on East 13th Street between Third and Second Avenues, this slender East Village apartment is now on the market for $500,000. It’s certainly not the biggest of places, but the designer behind the pad has styled it in many interesting ways.

One of the standout spaces in the home is the kitchen. The stainless steel appliances and the dark wooden cabinetry compliment each other well, and there’s a good amount of cabinet and counter space. While you can’t fit a full size dining table, the current owners of the pad seem to have come up with the best possible solution.

The bedroom carries on that theme of dark wood, which comes with a built-in captain’s bed, which of course is great for storage needs. But aside from that, there’s also a floor-to-ceiling closet on the wall across from the bed. The unit’s only bathroom is attached to the bedroom, and comes with a soaking tub. One major drawback here is the lack of natural light, but that usually tends to be the case with ground-floor apartments.

But this apartment still has a lot going in its favor including its price and location. The monthlies are relatively low, and residents in the building have access to a bike room, and a live-in super.