Priced below $400,000, with western and southern views of Manhattan and an incredible location near Columbus Circle, this artsy studio atop Addison Hall is the deal of the century, or at least the week. Decked out in white, with high ceilings and plenty of sunlight, this unit would make an ideal investment for first-time buyers or a great pied-à-terre. Michelle Maryk at Corcoran is the one to call about this listing.
The list price for this 2,500-square-foot Brooklyn brownstone is $1,599,000, but the monthly freight can be reduced by $2,400, the current rental price for the garden apartment. There’s central air, a yard, patio, and a washer and dryer. Plus, the interiors offer a gorgeous mix of original details and stylish updates. Elliot Nicks at Massada is the listing agent.
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A modern makeover doesn’t hide the industrial roots of this 1-bedroom in the 1895 Hallanan building on Barrow Street. Its bones shine through in the high, barrel-vaulted ceilings and original hardwood floors. But there’s also a large walk-in closet and plenty of other storage, while the building has a part-time doorman and elevator. Mont Sky Real Estate is the listing agency.
This sponsor unit has undergone a complete renovation to deliver a European-style interior with a hint of old Manhattan. Located in a 11-unit co-op building where the West Village meets Chelsea, this fourth-floor walkup is priced well below the $1.2 million median price for 1-bedrooms in the area. Cecilia Brignole at Time Equities is the listing agent.
There’s a reason more than 160 StreetEasy shoppers have pegged this top-floor 2-bedroom as a favorite. From the wood-burning fireplace in the living room to the newly finished private rooftop deck, this is a charming, airy perch with tremendous views. Paul Paglia at Garfield is the listing agent.
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