In the heart of Yorkville, this cozy co-op studio at 203 East 89th Street doesn’t offer a ton of square footage, but a $335,000 ask, daring design (hope you like black, white, and yellow!), and plenty of southern light–plus proximity to Central Park and other Upper East Side perks–make it worth a look.
Charcoal walls and rich wood floors define the space, which serves as a fabulous backdrop for eye-popping decor. It looks like there’s plenty of room for a new owner’s statement furniture, collections and art.
A divided bedroom area benefits from an elevated platform with crown molding. Custom bedside built-ins are always a plus in a studio.
The kitchen is as useful as it is cool, with a vented range, a granite countertop with matching breakfast bar and built-in pantry/storage. The bath features a “newly enhanced” vanity and lighting, highlighted by stainless steel fixtures. There are hardwood floors throughout, plus plenty of storage and large closets. The building offers laundry in the basement plus more storage and space for your bike.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.