On the hunt for an apartment to buy? Take a look at five open houses you won’t want to miss this weekend, all priced under $1 million. Or, see all open houses in NYC this weekend.
This place is priced 14 percent below the neighborhood median for a 1-bedroom, and it also offers an extra half room, courtesy of a flexible loft space on the upper level. Among the other features are 14-foot ceilings, an additional flexible office or living space, central air, a private balcony, storage space, and a chef’s kitchen. It’s represented by Tom Le and Edwin Chung of Corcoran.
Built in 1920 and designed by Emery Roth, the Whitby claims Doris Day and Betty Gable as former residents, and this listing is the only 1-bedroom in the building to claim two walk-in closets. Other highlights include Alexa-controlled lighting dimmers, northern and eastern exposures, and new appliances in the kitchen. The building features a full-time doorman, laundry room, and roof deck. Represented by Lisa Camillieri and William Flanagan of Warburg Realty.
While this duplex counts an open kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a “gigantic” private roof deck, and eastern and western exposures among its highlights, it doesn’t forget to mention the advantages of the location, which include being walking distance from Herbert Von King Park (and its dog run), and a five-minute walk from the Bedford-Nostrand G train stop. Represented by Liat Mor of Bedrok LLC.
Exposed brick and a wood-burning fireplace are two of the benefits of living in a building from the early 1900s, while a renovated kitchen, bathroom heat lamps, and built-in shelves are nice modern updates. Building pluses include a laundry room, common storage, and a garden. Represented by Wigder Frota and Maxfield Wiseltier of Halstead.
Assuming a down payment of 20 percent, you can own this for less than the monthly median cost of a rental studio in this neighborhood. Despite its small space, the unit features three closets and a walled-off kitchen with new appliances, including a dishwasher. The elevator building offers a laundry room, common garden, and package room. Represented by Emma Zilberman of Compass.