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For $435K, a newly renovated Gramercy studio full of pre-war detail

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s Listing photos by Hayley Ellen Day at DDReps This roughly 350-square-foot Gramercy studio was recently renovated to include a brand new kitchen and bathroom. But the renovation didn’t take away from all the lovely pre-war details, such as an arched entryway, moldings, and hardwood floors. Located at 200 East 16th Street, the co-op is asking $435,000. The foyer is completely charming, with a framed archway and classic black-and-white checkered marble tiles. There are two closets off the foyer, as well as an additional one outside the bathroom and a walk-in closet off the living room. Two additional built-ins frame the east-facing window. The kitchen features...

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Get Park Avenue elegance for just $625K at this Upper East side co-op

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Photo credit: Cameron Blaylock, Courtesy of Compass Located just off Park Avenue at 115 East 90th Street, this one-bedroom co-op has all the uptown elegance at a fraction of the price. Asking 625,000, the Upper East Side gem has tons of pre-war charm in the form of picture moldings, large windows, and an efficient layout. There’s also a surprising amount of closet space and a brand new kitchen and bathroom. Off the entryway is the first of two walk-in closets and the charming kitchen that benefits from another large window. Past the living room is a standard closet and a...

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Sophisticated, gut-renovated Fort Greene townhouse with just enough rustic charm asks $4.35M

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Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman The bones of this two-family townhouse at 362 Clermont Avenue date back to 1899, but inside, a gut renovation has brought the property well into the 21st century. Several wood-burning fireplaces and the original doors were restored while other materials, like the reclaimed wood floors, were carefully sourced to reflect what was originally there. The 22-foot-wide Fort Greene home spans across 3,650 square feet (not including the basement apartment) and is seeking $4.35 million. The entrance is on the parlor floor, which features a large entryway leading into the east-facing living room. The first...

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Sophisticated, gut-renovated Fort Greene townhouse with just enough rustic charm asks $4.35M

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Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman The bones of this two-family townhouse at 362 Clermont Avenue date back to 1899, but inside, a gut renovation has brought the property well into the 21st century. Several wood-burning fireplaces and the original doors were restored while other materials, like the reclaimed wood floors, were carefully sourced to reflect what was originally there. The 22-foot-wide Fort Greene home spans across 3,650 square feet (not including the basement apartment) and is seeking $4.35 million. The entrance is on the parlor floor, which features a large entryway leading into the east-facing living room. The first...

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