One-Bedroom Apartment in East Village $520,000 USD Apartment Inwood Duplex

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For less than a million dollars, one can find all kinds of housing configurations: studios adjacent to parks and metros, one-bedrooms hidden in former camper homes or shoe factories, and even two-bedrooms at times. With apartment prices rising again and inventory continuing to tighten, we’re combing the market for apartments that are particularly spacious, well-renovated, or worthy of another look at different six-figure prices. This week: Low Price East Village One-Bedroom Duplexes, Three-Bedroom Duplexes by Inwood, and more.

One bedroom in the East Village with a square floor kitchen for $520,000

224 East 11th Street Apt. 1 -This one-bedroom co-op on the first floor is an objectively good deal, and its prices are lower now than they were in 2007 (when I asked for $550,000). The somewhat central location—three blocks from both the Third Avenue L train and Astor Place—also stands out among the few more budget-friendly bedrooms in the East Village, which tend to cluster around the southern edge of Alphabet City. The unit could certainly use updates throughout but it’s nice and unusual: the kitchen and bathroom both have windows; There is a window corner in the living room for a dining table; And the bedroom has two Windows (one on each end), so you’ll get plenty of light and some cross ventilation.

One Bedroom Clinton Hill Panoramic Skyline View $530,000

Courtesy of Corcoran Group.

Courtesy of Corcoran Group.

185 Hall Street Apt. 1014 Last sold ten years ago, this large, one-bedroom co-op project is located on the 10th floor, with oversized windows offering incredible views of the Manhattan skyline from 432 Park to Hudson Yards. The bedroom is approximately 21 feet long, and there is also a signature dining area (currently used as a home office). The kitchen is relatively compact but comes back with stainless steel appliances, subway tiles and glass front cabinets. The living room has plenty of built-in items, including custom floor-to-ceiling bookshelves that cover an entire wall and some wide benches. There are red oak herringbone floors throughout. The building is located, across the street from the Pratt campus, at the beginning of the stretch of Open Street from Willoughby Street that ends at Fort Greene Park.

One bedroom in Brooklyn Heights with a renovated kitchen for $825,000

149 Willow Street Apartment. 3 b Two minutes’ walk from the entrance to Brooklyn Heights Promenade, this one-bedroom room is located on the third floor of an impressive 1900 building (featuring an intricate brick facade, large windows, and arched details). It’s on the pricier one-bedroom side in the area, but monthly maintenance is low at $655, and the apartment comes with recent renovations after the unit was last sold in 2019 (for 21 percent over demand). Previous tenants demolished the wall separating the kitchen and living room, and the space now contains marble and wood countertops, a Bosch dishwasher, and a Smeg (hidden) refrigerator. The large living room has a decorative white fireplace, a large window with original stained glass and built-in seating. In the bedroom, white bi-fold closet doors replaced the mirrors (there are also two extra closets outside the windowed bathroom plus another coat closet by the entrance).

A three-bedroom duplex penthouse apartment for $995,000

57 Park Terrace East Apt. b 85 – This rare apartment is less than a million dollars with three bedrooms that he is Legit spacious, renovated, and equipped with a private outdoor space (570 sq ft rooftop terrace is set), but no Land lease contract or income-restricted condition. The duplex sits atop an eight-story co-op (one of five in the complex with a huge communal garden in the middle) just four minutes’ walk from the 215th Street 1 train station. While the windowed kitchen and master bathroom (both in white) are being updated, The unit retains plenty of period details including herringbone hardwood floors as well as wrought-iron railings and a built-in bookshelf in the foyer (where you’ll also find a nice step into the sunken living room). The upstairs bedroom is the largest of the three (more than 21 feet by 12 feet) and comes with a walk-in wardrobe, half bath, corner window, and access to the balcony.