It’s not a studio: It’s perfection. This listing from Heema Khedr at Compass goes in a special category for discerning buyers. The eye-candy designer interior of this Randall House apartment is fantastically functional — from the California closets and walnut built-ins to the chef’s kitchen with integrated appliances and Caesarstone counters. The price is more in keeping with a 1-bedroom in the neighborhood, but that hasn’t stopped 25 StreetEasy shoppers from ID’ing this showstopper as a favorite.
Here’s a decidedly Upper West Side classic, from its setting in Emery Roth’s Oliver Cromwell prewar co-op to its location just steps from Central Park. The renovated kitchen delivers Caesarstone counters and high-end appliances, including a dishwasher, and the living area and bedroom are generously sized. The pet-friendly building provides laundry, 24-hour doorman service and a bike room. This unit is for sale by its owner, who notes the building also allows pied-à-terre use.
New Yorkers are divided on doormen: Some love the service, others prefer slipping in and out the door anonymously. Well, here’s a third option: A street-level entry that leads directly to this Upper West Side triplex. The private door practically turns this 1-bedroom into your own mini brownstone, complete with spiral stairs, wood-burning fireplace, exposed beams and brick walls. A lower-level den or office and a renovated kitchen and bath make this listing from Suzanne Zinsel at Halstead a must-see.
This 1-bedroom gem sits in another Emery Roth–designed prewar co-op, the Southgate, just off the East River. Two other active 1-bedroom listings in the building are currently under contract, while this tastefully gut-renovated unit awaits a buyer. A foyer entry, windowed kitchen with dishwasher, high tray ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, built-in storage and loads of closets are the lure. Listing by Cecilia Serrano at Warburg.
StreetEasy shoppers — 60 of you! — have rightfully identified this 2-bedroom/2-bathroom Prospect Heights gem as a great buy. It’s in perfectly fine condition as is, but at this price, it could undergo a renovation to buff it into a true knockout of a home. The rooms are large, the kitchen opens to the dining area and one of the two full, windowed baths is ensuite. Even better, it’s set in the Theodore Roosevelt co-op on scenic Eastern Parkway. Tracey McLean at Corcoran is the sellers agent.