If you want to live in one of the oldest private co-ops in Harlem, here’s your chance. The 25-foot-wide, 102-foot-long unit at 152 West 131st Street has an interesting floor plan with the living room and dining room on complete opposite sides of a long narrow hallway. But it has charming original details, nice finishes, and it’s in an adorable brownstone, so the $1.1 million pad is definitely worth a look.
The charm of Greenwich Village is undeniable. You have tree-lined streets, shops and celebrities. Well this $3.995 million full-floor pad at 54 East 11th Street is not to be outdone. We’ll put it this way, If this loft were the setting of an episode of “Sex and the City” it would be called “An American Girl in Paris Without Actually Leaving New York.”
Trust us. Nothing’s turning back into a pumpkin at midnight here. This two-bedroom loft-style apartment at the Broadmoor used to be an extravagant 1920s ballroom, and it still has a number of the original details. The $1.55 million pad features 14-foot ceilings, original arched windows, original moldings and beams. And probably best of all, it has tons of light streaming in from 11 windows and three exposures.
There’s a new rental available in up-and-coming Gowanus, and it’s asking $2,550 per month. This one-bedroom has a shared garden and laundry facilities along with a dizzying black-and-white checkered bathroom that will either make you fall in love or just get really disoriented. But even if that’s not your thing, charming original details like tin ceilings and wide-plank hardwood floors more than make up for it.