This 2-bedroom co-op racked up more than 400 saves in September, making it the month’s second-most popular listing. A wall of south-facing windows and a wood-burning fireplace are nice, but what really sets this one apart is the price. It’s asking $800,000 below the median asking price for 2-bedrooms in Murray Hill. Listed by Courtney Smelter and Jane Calvin of Compass.
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This renovated Cobble Hill 2-bedroom brims with carefully curated details. In the kitchen, Italian marble covers the counters. Over in the living room, Japanese plaster lines the walls. And out back, ipe wood lines the stunning private deck. But take a peek now — the listing is in contract and won’t be on the market long. Listed by Shannon Insana of Corcoran.
This co-op offers a true 2-bedroom layout. Both bedrooms have south-facing windows and decent closet space. Nice-to haves include a decorative fireplace in the master bathroom and a window in the kitchen. The building comes with a flexible subletting policy and accepts parents buying with children on a case-by-case basis. Listed by Kari Kaplan of Douglas Elliman.
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In less than a week, more than 415 people have saved this 2-bedroom condo, making it the most popular listing of the month. With exposed brick, in-unit laundry, low monthlies, and a private terrace, it checks just about every box on the list. Listed by Maggie Ross and Paul Milner of Compass.