This darling prewar apartment asks $535K in the East Village
This one-bedroom apartment is being marketed as both charming and quiet, located at the prewar cooperative 315 East 12th Street in the East Village. You’re not getting tons of square feet but it’s just enough for a first-time buyer who can afford the price tag of $535,000. This unit’s asking price has been creeping up over the years: it was asking $249,000 back in 2006 and then $449,999 in 2008.
You’re pretty much getting a living room and a kitchen inside–not much room for a dining room table. The windowed kitchen has been renovated to include granite countertops and new stainless steel appliances.
The bathroom, too, got some upgrades, with a tile shower and a glass sink.
And here’s a look inside the bedroom, which benefits from some built-in shelving. (We’re not sure if there’s closet space, however.)
The building is your classic brick tenement with one big caveat: it’s a walkup. No word on what floor this apartment is located on. But one thing’s for sure: the location is excellent, between 1st and 2nd avenues and a short walk away from Union Square.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman