Located in a boutique 1931 Bing & Bing co-op in Kip’s Bay, a renovated one-bedroom pad has hit the market for $799,000. The light-filled apartment at 140 East 28th Street boasts charming pre-war details like a wood-burning fireplace, arched entry, beamed ceilings, and a classic layout that efficiently separates dining and entertainment areas.
Large windows that bring in lots of natural light and dark wood floors can be seen throughout most of this one-bedroom. The chef’s kitchen is equipped with a Bertazzoni oven range and GE refrigerator and dishwasher.
According to the listing, the bathroom features renovated fixtures, while retaining its prewar charm with white subway tiles and black trim. The co-op amenities include a 24-hour doorman, a laundry room, bike storage and a landscaped roof deck.
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All photos courtesy of Compass Real Estate
Neighborhoods : kips bay