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Character-filled Washington Heights condo wants $885K

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The charming apartment has two bedrooms and lots of character

Courtesy of Warburg Realty

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.

In Washington Heights, a two-bedroom within a pre-war condo building is asking $885,000. The apartment has plenty of character, thanks to exposed brick, a set of French doors connecting one bedroom to the living room, and crown molding. The owners also recently renovated the kitchen, which has new appliances, sleek white cabinets, and a nice little breakfast bar with wood accents.

Though the space is technically a two-bedroom, the current owners have also carved out an additional, kid-friendly space with a tiny nook hidden inside a closet. It could be converted back into a closet, or per the listing, transformed again into a small office.

The apartment is located at Riverside Drive and between West 156th and 157th streets, in a building that has a courtyard, live-in super, and parking. It’s close to cultural offerings like the Hispanic Society & Museum, and within walking distance of the Hudson River Greenway and Audubon Terrace.

This cute two-bedroom in Washington Heights is listed for $885,000 with Joel E. Moss, Samantha Rose Frith, and Jordan Rosenfeld of Warburg Realty. Monthlies are $1,044, with taxes coming in at $818 per year.