Manhattan |151 East 83rd Road, No. 8B
Higher East Facet Co-op
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 800-square-foot prewar house with a lounge that has a hearth and built-in bookshelves, a eating room presently used as a house workplace, a windowed galley kitchen with a dishwasher, a windowed bathtub, and parquet flooring, on the eighth flooring of an 11-story doorman elevator constructing with a landscaped courtyard, a basement laundry room and a live-in superintendent. Christine Miller Martin, Compass, 917-453-5152; compass.com
Upkeep: $2,050 a month
Particular evaluation: $70 a month by way of December 2023
The toilet has two doorways — one which opens into the bed room and the opposite right into a corridor. The bed room enjoys southern publicity. The hearth works.
The kitchen is tight and appears maxed out when it comes to storage potentialities. The bed room doesn’t have any closets, although the house has three.
Brooklyn | 51 Summit Road, No. 1B
Columbia Road Waterfront Rental
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,480-square-foot house with a lounge with a eating alcove, a kitchen with island seating and quartz counters, a windowless residence workplace, a major suite with a walk-in closet and sliding doorways to a yard, a laundry room, and a separate next-door storage space, on the bottom flooring of a nine-unit, non-doorman walk-up advanced in an enclave subsequent to Cobble Hill. Amy Morilla, Corcoran Group, 917-439-2128; corcoran.com
Widespread prices: $370 a month
Taxes: $321 a month
The yard, lined with stone and edged with fencing, is bigger than what some townhouses have. The brick-faced condominium blends in to its neighborhood, not like some developments. The month-to-month charges are low.
The interiors appear dim. Yard entry requires going by way of a bed room. The closest subway cease, on Smith Road, is about six blocks away.
Manhattan | 3 Nice Jones Road, No. 4
A two-bedroom, one-bath, 1,300-square-foot house with a nook lounge that has hardwood flooring; a windowed kitchen with a wine fridge and dishwasher; a windowless residence workplace with French doorways, wallpapered partitions and built-in bookshelves; a windowed bathtub with a penny-tile flooring; and a washer and dryer, on the fourth flooring of a five-story, non-doorman walk-up constructing from 1843. Jeremy V. Stein, Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, 917-854-4411; sothebysrealty.com
$2,015 a month
The house has one thing of a rarity for New York Metropolis: a real eat-in kitchen. Due to an alley subsequent door, the house has home windows not simply in the back and front, but in addition alongside a facet wall.
Three flights of stairs could also be too many for some. The constructing is technically reserved for working artists, however the decades-old program that imposes the stipulations is just not all the time enforced.
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