Price $399,000
Space 1 bed, 1 bath
Neighborhood Forest Hills

We rarely venture out to Forest Hills, but we just had to show you this 1,100-square-foot co-op. For $399,000, you get a lot of house. The spacious foyer allows enough room for a desk. Serious cooks will like the 19-foot galley kitchen, which has been renovated and has a dishwasher. Then, there’s the spa-like bathroom, which features gorgeous Porcelanosa Carrara Blanco stone tiles with a porcelain tub and a separate shower. And, don’t fret about getting into the city. The E, F, M and R trains are steps away, as is the LIRR. Michael Angelo Camacho at Douglas Elliman is the listing agent.

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Price $999,000
Space 3 beds, 2.5 baths
Neighborhood Central Harlem

Space-seekers will love this one. At 1,350 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, this apartment also packs a lot of character. Updates throughout blend nicely with the exposed brick, beamed ceilings, and parquet floors. Plus it’s on the top floor of a desirable 1920’s prewar building with only 11 totals units, primely located just north of Central Park and just south of 125th Street. It’s priced exactly at the median asking price for Central Harlem, while avoiding the mansion tax.  Broker Paul Griffith of Griffith Real Estate is the listing agent.

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Price $1,795,000
Space 2 beds, 1 bath
Neighborhood Williamsburg

Talk about living the dream in Williamsburg. This 1,447-square-foot apartment resides in the Mill building, a former print factory that retains its industrial vibe even after a 2007 condo conversion. That accounts for the chunky timber beams, walls of exposed brick, plank floors and overall loft-like feel with 11-foot ceilings. Perks include central air, dishwasher, and in-unit washer and dryer. There’s a tax abatement through 2025 that puts monthlies under $1,000. Pets are allowed. Veronica Newton and David Booz at Compass share the listing.

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Price $548,000
Space 1 bed, 1 bath
Neighborhood Kips Bay

This second-floor walk-up where Kips Bay meets Gramercy Park has attracted a ton of attention from StreetEasy shoppers who love the location, price, and long-term investment potential, due to generous sublet policy with co-op board approval. It has a renovated kitchen and bath and is in a pet-friendly building with monthlies just at $1,116. Kari Kaplan at Douglas Elliman is the listing agent.

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Price $1,495,000
Space 2 beds, 2 baths
Neighborhood Park Slope

Park Slope goes modern in a classic setting is what you’ll get in this 2013-constructed boutique condo called the Carroll Street Complex. Direct elevator access leads to the bright and open 2-bedroom and 2-bathroom apartment that comes with a 530-square-foot deeded rooftop cabana, plus a walk-in storage unit in the basement. This listing from Ari Harkov and Warner Lewis at Halstead is priced above the $1.195M median asking price for 2-bedrooms in the neighborhood, but the premium pricing reflects the unique features of this residence.

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