Here’s a sweet spot in the red-hot East Village. Set in a 30-unit co-op off Tompkins Square, this one boasts a bright remodel with kitchen island and breakfast bar that flows beautifully into the living space. There’s also a luxuriously large, tiled walk-in shower. Building perks include a shared roof deck, laundry in building and elevator and it’s priced well below the $900K median asking price for 1-bedrooms in the area. The monthly maintenance fee is a reasonable $1K. Listing from Corcoran associate broker Jay Glazer.
This lofted 1-bedroom is in the landmarked Cobble Hill co-op, which dates to 1882 when it was St. Paul’s Parish School before it was converted into a 27-unit co-op. This architectural history accounts for the soaring ceilings, which were incorporated into the duplex-style remodel of this 670-square-foot unit on the second floor. There’s a fairly liberal sublet policy. Parking is available on rotating basis for residents and there’s a shared roof deck. Julie Cohen at Compass is representing the sellers.
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This Upper West Side 1-bedroom sold for $500K in 2015, and has since undergone a complete and meticulous remodel. Bamboo floors plus a new kitchen and bath inspired an original list price of $635,000, but it’s now down to $599,000. Located in a lovely townhouse less than two blocks from Central Park and the Natural History Museum, it allows subleasing. Bonus: There’s an in-unit washer and dryer. Listing by Daniel Gomez and Luis Sepulveda at Douglas Elliman.
In a sea of cookie-cutter new luxury development condos in NYC, this 2-bedroom and 1-bathroom penthouse at the fabled and landmarked 1 Sheridan Square jumps out. Oversized entryways and French doors from every room enhance the amount of natural light. Plus, there’s a fabulous, gigantic private terrace accessible from every room. Monthlies are around $1,000 though there is a $327 special assessment currently in place. John Carapella and Richard Herschenfeld at Compass are the listing agents.
As floor plans go, this one is desirable with both bedrooms located at the other end of the large, south-facing living room. There’s a newly remodeled kitchen under an arched, open breakfast bar. Nice touches include a double-vanity in the new bathroom, plus a wood-burning fireplace. Sarah Zelemyer-Diaz and Marc Karavasian at Douglas Elliman are the listing agents and have priced this well below the $1.3 million median asking price for 2-bedrooms in the neighborhood.
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