This pre-war studio might not be huge (in fact it’s only 550 square feet), but it has plenty of charm and even more location going for it. Tucked into the top floor of an elevator building at 1361 Madison Avenue, the diminutive co-op is asking $460,000 and not a penny more. Central Park is a block away, and the Upper East Side location is in the heart of the neighborhood.
It’s quiet and sunny up here, and the classic kitchen is bright and tidy. And there are closets.
The bathroom is cheery and colorful (and we hope those towels are included in the deal).
The 1903 building has a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, a laundry room and storage, and it’s pet-friendly as long as your pet doesn’t need loads of personal space but loves to stroll in the park.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Upper East Side