If this inviting Greenwich Village 1-bedroom looks like it has been given a celebrity makeover, that’s because it has. Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent purchased this co-op in 2014, then hewed it to its prewar integrity of the 1900s by washing it in white from its new kitchen to its classic subway tiled bathroom. The fresh hardwoods, marble fireplace, and open main living room are the draw, as is its location off 5th Avenue on East 12th Street. Monthlies are just over $1,200. Emily Beare, Beth Doud and Kiana Dunn at CORE share the listing.
Hooray for kitchen remodels that give cooks serious space to do their thing. That’s the case in this floor-through condo that sports a large galley kitchen with dishwasher and in-unit washer and dryer that connects the 3-bay-windowed front living room to the 2 bedrooms and full bath in back. The price is well under the $1.495 million median asking price for 2-bedrooms in Carroll Gardens, and listing agents Lisa Garcia and Cindy Fazio at Compass have priced this under the $1 million mansion tax threshold.
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Listing agent Shannon Insana at Corcoran has the right price for this fun-living and unique brownstone unit. Even after a gut renovation, it’s priced under the $1.595 median asking price for 2-bedrooms in Cobble Hill, plus it boasts a slew of great features: Huge kitchen, space-saving built-ins, central air, an in-unit washer and dryer, a pet-friendly policy and it has a massive 400-square-foot private, landscaped terrace. It’s no wonder more than 175 StreetEasy shoppers have their eyes glued to this one!
This stylish and chic Sutton Place 1-bedroom is a true keeper, thanks to a gut-renovation and do-over from Integkral Design & Construction. Filled with angles and light, it’s tough to imagine ever growing tired of this high-end interior. In the kitchen are Sub-Zero, Bosch and Miele appliances plus wine storage and a dedicated coffee station. Plus, there’s a drop-down TV for easy viewing, radiant floors in the marble bath and private foyer entry. The co-op knows how to run a tight ship: No dogs over 30 pounds, no sublets, no guarantors, no pied-à-terres. Amy Lee at Sotheby’s International has this priced to sell.
Inside this classic Upper West Side brownstone is a co-op that underwent a fabulous remodel. Exposed brick lines one section of its grand 13-foot ceilings. A sleeping loft expands its floor plan into a veritable 2-bedroom. Add the kitchen with breakfast bar and bathroom remodel, in-unit washer and dryer and a slew of built-in closets plus its location in an 8-unit co-op on West 87th just off Columbus Avenue and it adds up to a winner from listing agents Michael Murphy, Shelley Wasserman and Laura Amin of Compass.
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