This bright, pretty junior one-bedroom co-op at 246 East 90th Street in Yorkville may not be sprawling, but it’s big on organization. In addition to large windows, exposed brick and tidy finishes, the co-op, asking $389,000, comes with three full-sized closets and a shoe closet with shelves as well as a built-in desk/media unit. It’s not far from Central Park and Carl Schurz Park.
The space has definitely been carefully configured for maximum efficiency. A built-in office nook hides out of the way when it’s not in use.
The kitchen is just as efficient, complete with dishwasher. Modern wood cabinets, granite counters, and a free-standing pantry are easy on the eyes and keep clutter corralled.
French doors and new hardwood floors are a reminder of the home’s pre-war provenance. The renovated bath is both classic and clean.
There’s a place for everything, including shoes (no need to use the oven).
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Image courtesy of Compass; photo credit: Matt Anderson.
Neighborhoods : Upper East Side