Lately, New Yorkers are searching for homes with one amenity more than any other: in-unit laundry. Long an elusive NYC feature, this little luxury is becoming more common. And there are plenty of affordable rental apartments with washer-dryers of their very own, available right now. Here are 5 great options in Brooklyn and Manhattan, all for $2,500 or less!
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Clocking in at $2K per month, this bright East Harlem 1-bedroom is a total steal. This apartment with a washer-dryer boasts a stacked Bosch model nestled into its own closet. It has a loft-like feel, with high ceilings and a very spacious 800 square feet. And there’s even a generous walk-in closet. Listed by Gilad Paz of Oxford Property Group.
Next up is a Prospect Heights studio set in a doorman building right by Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza. The unit has a sleek, modern feel. This apartment’s washer-dryer combo is located in a sparkling new kitchen, along with a drawer dishwasher and other stainless steel appliances. In addition, one month free brings the net-effective rent down to $2,292. Listed by Dovid Werde of Citified Realty Group.
Here comes another incredible deal! This apartment with a washer-dryer is a 3-bedroom in the heart of Washington Heights, less than a block from Highbridge Park. The unit comes complete with a dishwasher, too, plus old-school exposed brick. And there’s an interesting kicker: Approved applicants get two tickets to see “Hamilton” on Broadway. Listed by Katie Kahanovitz and team at Compass.
This Red Hook rental is perfect for roommates, with 2 queen-size bedrooms on opposite ends of the unit. There are also two full bathrooms, plus the apartment has a washer-dryer tucked into its own separate closet. In addition, the entire space has been gut-renovated with modern finishes. One month free brings the rent down to $2,292. Listed by Michael Eliakamal of Ink Realty Services.
Last on our tour of apartments with washer-dryers is a Crown Heights studio directly on Prospect Park. This is no cramped, tiny studio, either. The space is bright and open, with tall ceilings. There’s also a sleek kitchen with dishwasher and a large, windowed bathroom. One month free brings the rent down to an even-more-affordable $1,788. Listed by Izzy Simpson of Urban Pads.