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The two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment measures 1,100 square feet.
The charming apartment benefits from having tall ceilings heights and large windows.
There’s plenty of space and chic finishes
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This 950 square foot is located on the third floor of a six-story building.
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Every single room in this two-bedroom apartment has at least one window.
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The sunny corner apartment comes with an updated kitchen and garden views.
The particular unit is a corner apartment and comes with northern, eastern, and southern exposures, flooding the apartment with light.
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It might not have some of the fancy, new-fangled finishes of apartments in other parts of the city, but this co-op still has plenty of charm what with its high ceilings, oak floors with mahogany and maple inlay.
The stately 3-bedroom, 2-bath co-op has an awful lot going for it, including the price tag. The place is currently listed for $948,500, and it's accessed by private elevator.