Not everyone will want to live just a block from Times Square, but this Midtown West apartment at 347 West 44th Street may be cute enough to convince buyers otherwise. It’s located two flights up a brownstone building (yes, there are brownstones in Times Square!) and is asking $510,000. An open living room/kitchen fronts the railroad apartment, followed by a cozy bedroom and finally a bathroom.
You enter right in the middle of this railroad pad; to your left is all the living space. The living room, which faces south, is decorated with exposed brick and hardwood floors.
It’s directly faced by an open kitchen. Although the apartment doesn’t have enough room for a dining table, there’s a fun breakfast bar you can set up bar stools.
The listing doesn’t offer photos of the bedroom (perhaps because it’s small) but the railroad ends with a bathroom that holds a clawfoot tub.
This is a small co-op with with a laundry room in the basement, private storage spaces and a communal backyard garden that was recently converted. And hey, the Times Square location isn’t all that bad—at least you’re just a block from all the train lines!
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