This prewar co-op is in an Emery Roth-designed classic overlooking Gramercy Park, and boasts an incredible layout and interior design. It has a suitable foyer entry, high-end kitchen remodel with custom cabinetry, dining area, 1.5 bathrooms, beamed ceilings and hardwoods. This 15th-floor unit is priced well above the $977K median asking price for 1-bedrooms in Gramercy Park, but the premium building, desired H-line, pristine interior and extra half bath all add up in this $1.495 million offering from Laurie Silverman at Sotheby’s.
Brooklyn Heights is at your fingertips as well as the great outdoors out your own back door. This listing from Natalie Rabaa at Brown Harris Stevens is sophisticated and spacious, plus you have to love that private rear deck. This 2-bedroom unit has a dishwasher and wood-burning fireplace, and monthlies are just under $1,200. It’s located in an 18-unit prewar co-op close to many train lines, restaurants, farmers market and more. And pets are welcome!
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At $812 per square foot, this is a super-attractive price for this Hell’s Kitchen 2-bedroom and perhaps the reason more than 180 StreetEasy shoppers have marked this one as a favorite. The average cost per square foot in this prewar building is considerably higher ($950) but this one is on the ground floor, which explains the lower price point. It also explains why listing agent Gabriel Greenberg at Douglas Elliman is expecting multiple purchase offers, so get in there!
Here’s a terrific way to become a Chelsea homeowner. This $475K, high-floor studio sits in a commanding prewar co-op building on 7th Avenue, where another studio recently sold for $490K after being listed for $520K. That means this inviting listing from James P. Johnson at Compass is priced right. The kitchen is a real treat: Sunny and remodeled with stainless appliances and beautiful slate, plus sleeping alcove, big windows and high ceilings. And, pied-à-terre use, co-purchasing, and pets are all allowed.
This third-floor Park Slope walk-up rewards you with elegance and old-world sophistication. If this was an elevator building, the price for this co-op would be much higher. Love the foyer entry that greets you with stunning hardwoods. Separate dining area, generous living room, 2 bedrooms, remodeled kitchen and bath: This floor-through apartment also boasts monthlies under $1,000. More than 120 StreetEasy shoppers love this listing from associate broker Greg McHale at Compass.
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