Last week, we looked at the open house options for people shopping in the <$500K range. This week, let’s see what you can get when you’re hovering around the $950,000 mark. One of the apartments is showing tonight!
118 Eighth Avenue #9B at Carroll Street
Open House: Sunday March 17, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
This 2-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom duplex is brand new to the market, and the open house this weekend is its first showing. The place is pretty huge (1400 square feet), and the layout offers ample separation between living space and bedrooms. The lower level has storage space, a large foyer, eat-in windowed kitchen with black and white tile flooring, and an expansive living room. Upstairs are two extra-large bedrooms, a full bath, and even more closets. The full-service building has basement laundry and storage, a door attendant, and fitness room. A fitness room! In the building! You’ll be unstoppable. Warren Lewis Sotheby’s has it priced at $945,000 ($1,925 maintenance).
168 Sterling Place#4R between Flatbush & 7th Avenues
Open House: Friday March 15, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
This condo offers three bedrooms and two full baths for just $5,000 more than the 8th Avenue spot. Located in a limestone building, the floor-through apartment offers an open renovated kitchen, a spacious and bright living room, high ceilings throughout, and a long “gallery” (hallway?) from the living space on one end to the huge en suite master bedroom on the other. Up one flight of the stairs is a private roof deck (pictured above) which is just lovely. Washer and dryer are in-unit, and the building is pet friendly. Corcoran lists it at $950,000 ($339 maintenance).
430 Third Street #1 between 5th & 6th Avenues
Open House: Sunday March 17, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
This parlor floor condo apartment offers two bedrooms, but bear in mind that the smaller of the two is very small (8′ x 10′). That said, the living/dining room is massive, and the hallway that leads to the bedrooms opens up into a custom office “area” featuring built-in bookcases and an ergonomic desk. The master bedroom overlooks the backyard, which features a private canopied terrace. Washer and dryer are in-unit, and the building offers free bike and stroller storage as well as soundproofed ceilings– a nice perk for someone on the ground floor. Douglas Elliman lists it at $970,000 ($375 maintenance).
Photo via Corcoran