This SoHo co-op is a true 1-bedroom and has tons of charm, including a wood-burning fireplace and exposed brick, plus a renovated kitchen with a dishwasher. The monthly maintenance charge — which includes property taxes and building upkeep — is a low $770 a month. And a big perk: subletting is allowed immediately upon purchase. Listing by Carlos Arana of Nest Seekers.
It’s not often that you find a 3-bedroom condo in NYC for less than $2 million — and this one even has a private, keyed elevator. This gracious home with a Juliet balcony has an in-unit washer and dryer, and the building allows pets. Be aware that the low monthlies ($1,172) will change when the tax abatement expires in 2020. Listing by Scott Hustis of Compass.
This renovated duplex devotes its entire lower floor to a spacious and cozy master bedroom with huge closets. It expands into a large, decked-out master bathroom with soaking tub and dual shower surrounded in high-end tile. Upstairs is a slick kitchen with Bertazzoni range and quartz countertops. Pets and pied-à-terre use are allowed. Listing by Geoffrey Gottlieb of Corcoran.
Modern, light woods, with no-fuss lines and minimalist design give this studio apartment in the classic Gramercy Arms a distinctly Scandinavian aesthetic — light and airy. The maintenance fee is super-low ($570). Pets are permitted and so is subletting and pied-à-terre use. Listing by Michael H. Rohrer of Compass.
Considering that the median asking price for 1-bedrooms in the Flatiron is $1,355,000, this place already looks like a win. But, the pièce de résistance is the massive, private patio off the combo living room/dining room, which is equipped with both electric and water. The building has an elevator, a full-time doorman, and allows pets. Listing by Allison Chiaramonte of Warburg.