New York City is home to some of the world’s most expensive properties, but in a city where new-to-market apartments seem to creep into the high millions, it’s not impossible to find a deal. Here are three 1-bedrooms that all fall under one million dollars.
220 West 148th Street packs a serious punch when it comes to its unique history. PS 90 was built in 1906 as…you guessed it, a public school. This 1-bedroom in the recently converted luxury condominium offers an open living room, dining area and kitchen that is perfect for an entertainer. We also like this loft-like space’s high ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors and wireless LED lighting system.
This turnkey home features beautiful herringbone wood floors and crown molding – not to mention a perfect paint-job. In addition to having all of the finishes to go with a Park Avenue address, this 1-bedroom has an ideal layout with windows in each of the main living spaces.
Last, but definitely not least, this renovated home located within a turn-of-the-century brownstone is picture perfect. The recently renovated kitchen includes Miele appliances, custom lacquer cabinets and silver-glazed tiles. Built-ins add a touch of elegance to the living room, and views of a garden from both the living and bedroom spaces make this 1-bedroom a New York City rarity.