Every week, we share the most popular sale listing of the week in NYC, as selected by you, our StreetEasy users. The most popular sale for July 19 is a beautifully renovated Soho 1-bedroom with a charming, farmhouse-inspired kitchen. It’s currently on the market for $595,000.
Soho 1BR With Charming Kitchen & Shared Roof Deck
Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for July 19 has been saved by more than 300 users.
Price: $595,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($119,000), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $2,830. The total includes the mortgage payment ($1,981) and monthly maintenance ($849).
Why it’s so popular: A lot of love went into this thoughtful, gut-renovation. The current owner is an architect — and it shows! The desirable unit was remodeled to amplify natural light — not to mention square footage. Our most popular sale for July 19 offers striking views and sunlight from both the East and West.
The cozy space boasts a compact kitchen packed with modern farmhouse accents such as beadboard walls and rustic open shelving. There’s more built-in storage — take a gander at the double-duty, built-in storage bench. It carves out a spot to dine in front of the kitchen window. The counters are Super White (and super-durable) quartzite. Of course, the drool-worthy appliances by Miele & Subzero, including a dishwasher, bring big kitchen convenience to the small cooking space.
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We would be remiss if we didn’t chat about the rest of the apartment. White brick walls in the living room hack back to Soho’s industrial roots. Generous windows fill the unit with sunlight — better still, the two located in the bedroom offer unobstructed views. Adding to the apartment’s airy vibe is the open shower in the bathroom punctuated by chevron floor tile. Topping things off is the building’s shared roof deck — remember to bring to the wine!
The unit’s location is just as fabulous as its interior. Located between Spring and Prince Streets, the building is in SoHo’s desirable, cast-iron district. Here you will find convenient access to shopping, transit, restaurants, and more. For those looking for an investment property, heads up! The building has a liberal sublet policy.