What kind of 2-bedroom apartment can you get for $1 million or less? Some pretty nice ones, we must say. Many include outdoor space and lie near some of the city’s best hot spots. Let’s roll.

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Manhattan: 720 Fort Washington Ave. #3S

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $985,000
NEIGHBORHOOD: Hudson Heights
HIGHLIGHTS: The warm paint colors and wood floors make this 1,500 square foot apartment a feel-good place to call home. Plus, it can be converted to a 3-bedroom. Set in a lovely, 1939 Art Deco building in a great part of upper Manhattan, it’s walkable to Fort Tryon Park, the Cloisters and the A train at 190th Street.

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Manhattan: 56 Pine St. #4D

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $999,000
NEIGHBORHOOD: Financial District
HIGHLIGHTS: Enjoy the best of both worlds by living in a historic building (it dates to 1894) that’s had a modern makeover. The generous layout lives up to its billing as a real two-bedroom and features a master bedroom with ensuite bath. A special monthly assessment ($230) for lobby renovation runs through April 2018. And there’s one other gotcha: A 421-g tax abatement expires in 2018.

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Manhattan: 200 E. 84th St. #2G

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $999,000
HIGHLIGHTS: This mint-condition residence has a ton of closets and a fun, new kitchen in a prime UES spot. No need to schlep to the basement for laundry — there are rooms on each floor. It’s close to shops, a slew of eateries, and the 4, 5, and 6 trains at 86th Street.

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Manhattan: 344 W. 11th St. #3W

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $999,000
HIGHLIGHTS: This second-floor walkup corner unit is located in a uniquely charming five-building complex with a “secret garden courtyard” shared by other residents. Yes, the second bedroom is small, but hey – you’re in the West Village. Walk out the door and be hanging in the Meatpacking District or strolling through Hudson River Park in minutes.

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Manhattan: 210 E. 47th St. #11B

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $989,000
HIGHLIGHTS: In addition to being in a very convenient Midtown East neighborhood near the United Nations and Grand Central, this condo comes with a special prize: a 330-square-foot private terrace. It’s a true oasis that will help you live a lot larger.

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Brooklyn: 225 Park Place #2GH

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $999,000
NEIGHBORHOOD: Prospect Heights
HIGHLIGHTS: At 1,200 square feet, the word cramped does not apply in this classic 1940 co-op, which lives like a house. It’s located on one of Brooklyn’s prettiest streets, only steps from Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Get in line!

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Brooklyn: 415 Leonard St. #1E

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $999,000
NEIGHBORHOOD: Williamsburg
HIGHLIGHTS: Take one look at the handsome kitchen that flows into the living and patio areas here and you’ll be eager for gatherings with friends and family on the weekends. This converted 1 bedroom-into-2 bedroom duplex is in the Aqua condominium building, directly across from McCarren Park. Just be aware that the low $29 monthly taxes will see a hike in 2024 when the abatement ends.

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Brooklyn: 500 Fourth Ave. #PHF

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms
PRICE: $995,000
HIGHLIGHTS: This is not your typical Park Slope residence, but for those who like things slick and new, you get a good location in a building with hotel-like amenities. At 950 square feet, there’s an opportunity to carve space from the master bedroom or living room for a second bedroom or a den/nursery. It already comes with high-end finishes and a private terrace.

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Brooklyn: 313 23rd St. #1B

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
PRICE: $995,000
HIGHLIGHTS: You get loads of space inside and out with this duplex condo in a quiet section of Greenwood. The backyard and terrace space adds over 800 square feet to this residence, which is within striking distance of all the best things in Park Slope and Prospect Park.

Phot of 523 8th Street #4L

Brooklyn: 523 Eighth St. #4L

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $999,000
HIGHLIGHTS: This is quintessential Park Slope living. Located on the top floor of a barrel-front building on a leafy, street, this light-filled apartment runs front to back with the master separated from the kitchen and main living areas. Updated bathroom, high ceilings and loads of charm. You know you could live here.

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