Buying a home in NYC is rarely easy for young people, especially when they’re looking for that coveted second bedroom. But this newly renovated co-op at 47-37 45th Street in Sunnyside might just be the diamond in the rough. Not only is the place a 15-minute subway ride from Midtown, but it has a small second bedroom/office (currently used as a nursery) and cool barn-style decor–all for the very reasonable price of $429,000.
Located on the border of Sunnyside and Woodside, the building offers a bike/stroller room, laundry room, and recently added outdoor patio complete with picnic tables. In addition to its low asking price, this fifth-floor unit also has a reasonable maintenance fee of $702/month. More perks include a separate entry foyer and an adjacent, oversized coat/storage closet.
The focal point of the apartment is the turquoise sliding barn door that separates the living space from the second bedroom, which has built-in wardrobe closets.
The main bedroom is large enough to fit a separte seating area and has built-in shelving and a walk-in closet.
The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a subway tile backsplash, beautiful cabinetry with some glass upper fronts, stylish wooden counters, and Carrara tile floors. There’s even a high-top table built as an extension of the counter.
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Listing photos courtesy of Welcome Home Real Estate
Neighborhoods : sunnyside