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Bold and graphic Upper West Side studio wants $539K

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It features Achille Castiglioni-designed lamps and a pattern of vertical stripes on its walls

A living area with hardwood floors, four windows, a small bed, and walls with vertical beige, white, and white stripes. Photos: Warburg Realty/Lisa Camillieri

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.

Chic details abound at this Upper West Side studio that has just listed for $539,000: Two pendant lamps by designer Achille Castiglioni, white ceiling beams, and a bold (and slightly quirky) pattern of beige, black, and white vertical stripes on its walls.

The co-op has one bathroom, nine-foot ceilings, six windows that let plenty of light in, and a walk-in closet. The kitchen was recently renovated, per the listing, but it’s pretty small—the stovetop has just two burners, so take that into consideration.

It’s located at 243 West End Avenue, between West 71st and West 72nd streets, near the 1, 2, and 3 trains at 72nd Street. Maintenance charges are $1,007/month, with a $109.21 assessment until April 2022. Lisa Camillieri of Warburg has the listing.

A foyer with an antique drawer, a mirror, and a yellow vase.
The apartment’s foyer.
A kitchen with white cabinetry and a window.
The kitchen was recently renovated.
A living area with a small bed, a colorful rug, a standing mirror, beamed ceilings, and vertical stripes on its walls.
The living area.
A bathroom with white tiles and painted stripes on its walls.
The bathroom, which also features the vertical stripes on its walls.