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 September 26 is a well-priced, nicely updated, bright and modern one-bedroom co-op in the lively and popular neighborhood of the East Village.
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Big & Bright Updated East Village 1BR Asks $599K
Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for September 26 has been saved by 125 users.
Price: $599,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($119,800), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $4,038. The total includes the mortgage payment ($3,004) and maintenance ($1,034).
Why it’s so popular:
In addition to being a serene and spacious place to live in one of New York City’s liveliest neighborhoods, this pre-war one-bedroom East Village co-op is very well-priced.
It’s got so many of the things you want in a place to live: southern exposure for natural light all day, pre-war features like hardwood floors and crown molding, and through-the-wall A/C for comfort in the summer. Nice touches like recessed lighting, custom shelves, and millwork add to the charm, and the apartment has been updated throughout for modern living.
The living room is spacious enough to accommodate a small dining area, and is separated from the updated kitchen by an attractive wood ceiling beam. The kitchen features high-end stainless steel appliances, a full-size refrigerator, and a dishwasher.
The large bedroom features generous closet space and a built-in desk with shelving.
The soothing full bath has an updated vanity and newly-glazed soaking tub.
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The building is a boutique co-op with just 13 units and is located on a quiet, tree-lined street. Residents enjoy a laundry room and bike storage, and cats are permitted. Flexible buying options are available, including co-purchasing, parents buying for children, and guarantors and pieds-a-terre are allowed.
You’ll never be bored in the East Village, surrounded by some of the city’s best dining and nightlife options, as well as other neighborhoods such as Noho and the Lower East Side. Parks nearby include Tompkins Square Park and John V. Lindsay East River Park. For transportation, the L train at First Avenue is two blocks away.