In just a couple of days, more than 60 StreetEasy users have saved this listing and who could blame them? Finding a 2-bedroom for this price point in the East Village is rare. Worth noting is the second bedroom is very small and while both bedrooms lack closets, a storage wall in the master bedroom stays with the sale. Listed by Marjorie and Robert Dybec of Douglas Elliman.
Here’s a classic Slope prewar apartment complete with parquet flooring, arched doorways and crown molding. The co-op is located right off of Prospect Park, features tons of closet space, an oversized living room and even has a washer and dryer. The second bedroom does not have a closet and is on the small size, but perhaps is perfect for an office/nursery. Listed by David Cobell and Wendy Stephenson at Compass.
If your idea of a starter home is a studio for around $400K in Manhattan, consider this classy Gramercy Park co-op. It has good bones, functional built-ins (yes – there’s a Murphy bed), and allows an abundance of natural light. It’s located in a full-service building with a doorman and has stellar curb appeal. Listed by Janet Shin and David Gomez Pearlberg of Compass.
This 1-bedroom is big. As a matter of fact, it’s so big that it could be a 2-bedroom (take a look at the proposed floor plan). But, we are loving the current configuration with its large living room and wraparound windows overlooking the historic architecture along Clinton and Lafayette avenues. Other perks include decent closet space and a pet-friendly building policy. Listed by Evan Duby of Compass.
This income-restricted co-op packs a lot of value and includes recent renovations to the kitchen and bathroom, a washer and dryer and a location close to Central Park. The income restrictions are geared toward middle-income folks who earn 120 percent of the area median income. Listed by Leah Rubin of Compass.