This pre-war one-bedroom co-op at 330 East 90th Street in the Upper East Side is laid out railroad-style and somewhat lacking in excess square footage. But the $475,000 ground-floor space has the rare city bonus of a private planted garden and deck with room for furniture and a grill. And besides being just a few blocks from the Q train, the apartment’s interiors are as charming as they are cleverly functional.
An updated brick-lined kitchen is colorful and functional, with a full-size fridge, dishwasher, oven, microwave, and island plus clever storage and a stylish mix of materials.
The kitchen opens into a roomy living room with another dose of exposed brick. High ceilings give the space a roomy and timeless feel.
Next is the bedroom, which easily accommodates a queen-sized bed with room for furniture. Behind a row of mirrored sliding glass doors is a shopper’s paradise: Three large California closets await your favorite pieces.
A recently-renovated windowed bathroom has a certain pale, boho-feminine charm with its sweet daisy basin and floral shower curtain.
Built in 1930, this five-story walkup building has laundry in the basement and allows guarantors, pieds-a-terre, parental purchasing, co-purchasing and gifting; subletting is permitted after three years of residency with board approval.
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