The average price of a Manhattan apartment has been hovering around $1.5 million, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t great properties in the sub-$1 million range. This week we’ll highlight three CORE properties that are priced low but valued high, like this two-bedroom co-op in Chelsea Court Tower, a charming pre-war building with a strong list of amenities. It’s tough to find a turnkey two-bedroom in one of Downtown’s best neighborhoods at this price, especially an apartment with impressive city views. Check out the other steals below.
Don’t be misled by the one-bedroom designation on this pristine apartment on the Upper East Side: This place is designed for hosting and entertaining. A separate living room, dining room and kitchen invoke layouts of pre-war classic 8s, but this one is for the more cost-efficient buyer. Perfectly renovated, the apartment also allows for flexibility. Need another bedroom? The formal dining room can be easily partitioned into a second bedroom. Sometimes an apartment’s hidden value is there just waiting to be discovered.
This one should be called a one-bedroom-plus given all the details: a large foyer that can be used as an office area, an expansive living room, a generous open layout with a dining alcove, a windowed kitchen, a windowed bath and 5 deep closets. All in a doorman building in Greenwich Village. It may be half the price of the average Manhattan apartment, but this place is far from average.