Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can buy for a set dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods. Is one man’s studio another man’s townhouse? Let’s find out! Today, we’re looking at apartments for sale for around $750,000.
A one-bedroom duplex in Kips Bay with its own private terrace is going for $759,000. The stylish pad has a wood-burning fireplace and built-in shelving; the terrace is bigger than the apartment’s single bedroom. It’s located on 26th Street between Lexington and Third avenues.
A two-bedroom co-op with tons of space in Crown Heights is asking $750,000. The apartment has one big bedroom and one smaller one, along with a formal living and dining room that have lots of historic details (millwork, moldings, and more). It’s located near Nostrand Avenue in a grand Eastern Parkway co-op building.
Upper West Side
A one-bedroom located within an Upper West Side townhouse is going for $749,000. There’s a lot of charm to this place—it has a fireplace, exposed brick, and wooden shutters that are original to the house—along with some more modern upgrades, including a dishwasher and custom closets. It’s located less than a block from Central Park on West 74th Street.
A charming, spacious two-bedroom in Clinton Hill—located on the architecturally pleasing Clinton Avenue—is asking $740,000. The apartment has two nicely sized bedrooms, a large living room, and a separate kitchen and dining area, all with cute quirks (built-ins, open shelving in the kitchen, and so on). It’s a quick walk from both the G and C trains at Clinton-Washington Avenue.
And finally, in Greenwich Village, a spacious one-bedroom with a balcony (overlooking other buildings, but still) is asking $750,000. There are some renovated elements, including new kitchen appliances and cabinets, along with refurbished hardwood floors. It’s located between Fifth and Sixth avenues, just down the block from Quad Cinema and near transit options at Union Square.
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Upper West Side