Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 10% ($100,000), total monthly payments are estimated at about $5,690. This includes the mortgage payment ($4,307), common charges ($527), and taxes ($856).
The median asking price for an East Village 1BR is $864,500. That puts our most popular sale for May 4 at more than $100K above average for the area. But this apartment offers amenities and conveniences that many East Village places do not…
…like, for example, this jaw-dropping walk-in closet! It measures 5’10” x 9’5″ — nearly big enough to be another bedroom in its own right — and is chock full of shelves and hanging space. And it’s not even the only closet in the apartment!
This home also features an updated bath with lovely tile, dark hardwood floors, and walls of exposed brick that add an industrial feel. The loftlike main living space is spacious and open, with plenty of room for a dining set outside the kitchen pass-through window. And speaking of the kitchen, there’s loads of cabinet and counter space, plus stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher.
And while the building unfortunately has no elevator, it does boast laundry, bike storage, and a private garden with barbecue grills for residents. That’s outdoor living space without having to leave the building — a quarantine bonus for sure, especially now that summer’s on the way.
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The home is listed by Ariel Dagan of Compass.