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.
A compact but fully updated one-bedroom co-op on the Lower East Side has hit the market for $775,000. What the co-op lacks in natural light—there is but one exposed window in the living area and it looks out onto a light well, from the ground floor no less—it makes up for with desirable upgrades installed during a recent gut renovation.
Those upgrades include the more obviously aesthetic improvements like a new kitchen with sleek appliances including an outdoor-venting range hood, quartz countertops with a waterfall edge, and under-cabinet lighting; a bathroom with a walk-in shower with a sliding glass enclosure; and built-ins throughout the apartment, creating storage in a space where it formerly did not exist.
The upgrades also include the less showy but equally important upgraded electrical system with USB-enabled outlets, new plumbing, and leveled flooring. One of the apartment’s best features is its 13-foot by 16-foot patio space, shared with the next-door neighbor, that will be completely upgraded in the coming months.
The apartment at 139 Norfolk Street, between Stanton and Rivington streets, is on the market with Halstead. Monthly maintenance runs $665.