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Tiny but cute Chelsea co-op wants $599K

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The apartment is small, but in an excellent location in the heart of Chelsea

Regan Wood Photography, Courtesy of Compass

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.

According to PropertyShark, the median price for a home in Chelsea—at least for the first quarter of 2019—is a whopping $1.2 million, which is just about double the price of this small, but cute, one-bedroom on West 22nd Street. The apartment, which has one bathroom and a nice, new kitchen, is asking $599,000.

The apartment is pretty tiny—it’s around or less than 400 square feet—but thanks to a recent refresh, it doesn’t feel extremely small. There’s a brand new kitchen with a dishwasher, marble backsplash, and butcher block counters; the bathroom was similarly upgraded with new tile. The foyer has built-in shelving, and exposed brick and wood ceilings in the bedroom lend some character.

While the bedroom and living room aren’t huge, they’d be workable for one person or a couple looking for a starter apartment. That’s especially true if location is a big factor: The place is located on West 22nd Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues, in what is basically the heart of Chelsea.

This cute, cozy co-op is listed with Compass’s Michael Pearson for $599,000. Maintenance comes in at $1,019.92/month.