The apartment may be small, but it’s got some nice things going for it
Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.
This Murray Hill junior one-bedroom is not, shall we say, palatial, but the top-floor “intimate” co-op apartment looks open, airy, and imminently livable. (It’s virtually staged in these listing photos, but it still looks cute regardless.)
Listed at $399,999 (a bargain, by our warped standards), the quiet pad boasts all new fixtures, oak plank floors, views of the Empire State building, and plenty of closet space.
The bedroom, which is tastefully separated from the main living area by a “sliding barn door,” is big enough for a full bed, a dresser, and no clutter, while small-but-serviceable kitchen is outfitted with mahogany cabinets, terra cotta floors, a dishwasher, and non-zero counter space. Maintenance is $908.
Cats are welcome, dogs are not, and pied-a-terres will be reviewed on case-by-case basis.