The listing describes this Hell’s Kitchen co-op as “a first time home buyers’ dream” and when you consider it’s chic, industrial-style interior and low $425,000 price tag, that sounds about right. Not only is it a true one-bedroom, but the apartment at 715 9th Avenue was also recently renovated. Being right on restaurant-lined 9th Avenue might sound like a lot, but you’re just one block away from the C and E trains at 50th Street.
Though the home is a petite 400 square feet, there is still room for a queen-sized bed and cool, custom storage. There’s also gorgeous hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, and crown moldings.
The kitchen has trendy open shelving and enough room for additional counter space.
The co-op has a flexible sublet policy and allows both pets and pied-a-terres.
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Listing photos courtesy of Triplemint
Neighborhoods : Hell's Kitchen