Live like a boss in this oversized, top-floor 1-bedroom in the epicenter of Greenwich Village. Big foyer entry with two closets leads to a 27-foot living room with dining area and open kitchen. Windows galore for natural light and stellar city views. The 121-unit mid-century co-op is centered around a keyed, private garden courtyard. Heat, hot water, electric and taxes are included in the monthly maintenance of $2,154. (Note: This is in a land-lease building.) Unlimited subletting allowed after 2 years for flexibility and potential investment income. Listed by Daniel Karp at Compass.
There’s no mistaking the special allure of this Park Slope brownstone 1-bedroom. In fact, a similar unit in the building sold for $755K in 2017, well over the $689K list price. So buyers looking here can be sure of the value in this top-floor unit that retains its prewar charm but has been bolstered with a lot of built-in cabinetry and a new kitchen and bath. Great location and low monthlies ($699K) for this listing from Yara Gosshein at Corcoran.
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There’s a lot to see in this 700-square-foot duplex, which is one of the most efficient remodels we’ve ever seen. The top floor is where the main living space exists, with a very smart kitchen remodel (hooray for that super-smart built-in fridge) plus a half-bath and rear patio. Downstairs features a master bedroom plus an office/nursery room and a second rear deck! Did we mention it also has a working fireplace? This is a home for all seasons from listing agent Elana Streim at Compass.
Feel the warmth in this smartly renovated co-op apartment, with its enviable study area with built-in bookcases and that butcher block counter in the cook-friendly kitchen. There are two side-by-side bedrooms that could perhaps convert to a large master. This is a super way to live on Mansion Row in the heart of historic Clinton Hill. Monthlies are $768 in this prewar, elevator building. Listing from Angela Ferrante at Brown Harris Stevens.
Designer-perfect interior makes this a magazine-spread listing from Matthew Burrows at Compass, thanks to custom built-ins, sumptuous high-end kitchen and huge bathroom big enough for a makeup table. Set at the crossroads of Greenwich Village, Union Square and the East Village, the location is ideal. It’s available furnished or unfurnished, so move right into this mid-century co-op and, like a lot of other residents here, never leave!
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