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How much for a colorful Greenwich Village co-op with a private terrace?

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Can you guess the correct asking price?

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What/Where: 1BR, 2BA co-op in Greenwich Village

Square Footage: 900 square feet

Maintenance/Common Charges: $2,454

“From the moment you walk in, you know you have happened upon something very special,” says the brokerbabble for this Greenwich Village co-op. This vibrant and unique space is floor-through, spanning 900 square feet with one bedroom, two bathrooms, and a 200-square-foot terrace.

The railroad-style apartment features a black-and-white striped foyer area, sleek hardwood floors, ceilings that are more than 10 feet high, a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, painted exposed brick walls, and large windows that overlook the apartment’s private deck. There is an all-white kitchen with two entries, plenty of cabinetry, and access to the private outdoor space.

The red-painted bedroom comes with an en-suite bathroom, a fireplace, a walk-in closet, overhead storage space, and a small sitting area near the window. The listing notes that there is also an attic that can be accessed for additional storage.

Both the West 4th Street station and the Q and R line’s 8th Street station are a little more than five-minute walks away.

So, how much do you think this place is asking?