Not sure we’ve ever seen a studio listing this good at this price ever in the history of our StreetEasy blog. This Tudor City co-op unit is going for under $300K and has tons of closet space, a renovated kitchen with custom cabinets and a smart little counter for work and eating. Plus, the monthly maintenance fees are under $800 and includes electricity (air conditioning), water, heat, real estate taxes, and is 50 percent tax-deductible. Cheryl Rodrigues at Halstead is the sellers agent.
This 2-bedroom prewar co-op has been on and off the market since 2017, starting at an eye-popping $648K. After a series of price drops, it’s approaching a realistic price in keeping with other sales in the building. Best features: High ceilings, renovated Pullman kitchen, split bedrooms and 625 square feet of interior space. Plus the location is close to the 1 train and eateries galore. Pied-à-terre use is OK and subletting is allowed one year after purchase. Listing by Bruce Robertson, Lynne VanAuken and Nick Rafello of Compass.
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Unusual and wonderful is what you’ll find in this penthouse duplex with a loft and two rooftop decks. Expertly renovated to make use of every nook and cranny under high and angled ceilings, it all adds up to a nifty and private oasis in the heart of Gramercy Park. The price from Glenn Davis at Douglas Elliman is in line with the median asking price for 1-bedrooms in the neighborhood, and at 725 square feet, this is a very fair price. It’s set in Little Gramercy, a boutique co-op building with elevator, central laundry room, live-in super, and bike storage. Cats are OK but no doggies.
This pretty much is a straight-up perfect apartment in a desirable Clinton Hill prewar co-op complex. It features a large master bedroom in the rear of the unit and enviable city views from every room. Remodeled urban farmhouse-style kitchen with a pass-through window and breakfast bar adds flexibility to the space. The monthlies are under $1,000, and the complex generates its own power supply for cost-effectiveness and environmental sensitivity. Kristi Ambrosetti at Sotheby’s is the listing agent.
This $3.75M brick two-family will tickle the fancy of buyers at this hefty price point who want something different — in a really good way. Remodeled to mimic a French chateau, the owner’s triplex unit is a terrific blend of modern utility and old-school aesthetics. For instance, the top floor holds a massive playroom with a fully-tiled bathroom with tub and shower connected to two bedrooms with sliding doors. Can you say kid heaven? Rental history shows $8K generated for the master unit, and an additional $3,500 for the separate duplex unit with patio. Central air, high-end kitchen, fireplaces, storage galore. Terry Naini at Brown Harris Stevens is the seller’s agent.
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