Manhattan | 210 Riverside Push 7D/6D
Riverside Travel Duplex
A 1,400-square-foot, two-bed room, two-bath duplex co-op with unique moldings and doors, enough closets, an open residing/eating/kitchen region and whole rest room on the upper level, and an en suite main bed room, library/household office environment and second bedroom with lofted storage on the decreased degree, on the sixth and seventh floors of a 12-tale doorman building from 1909 intended by Schwartz & Gross, with a are living-in superintendent, bicycle area, shared laundry and storage situations. Colin Montgomery and Stan Ponte, Sotheby’s Global Realty, 646-319-3114 sothebysrealty.com
Maintenance: $2,791 a thirty day period
This nicely held and effectively-maintained duplex feels like a townhouse. The kitchen area and upstairs rest room are entirely renovated.
The making lacks features, like a gymnasium or roof deck. The lavatory on the decreased level is in the most important suite.
Manhattan | 321 West 14th Avenue, No. 2
A two-bedroom, a single-tub, 1,500-square-foot total-floor condominium with primary pocket doors and moldings, 13-foot-ceilings, by way of-the-wall air-conditioning, official eating and dwelling rooms, a huge kitchen area with an island, a loft mattress in the second bedroom, a pantry with a washer-dryer, crafted-in bookshelves and ornamental fireplaces, on the next ground of a five-story 1898 townhouse with a shared backyard. Gil Neary and Greg Farrell, Lender Neary Authentic Estate, 646-431-7330 bankneary.com
Routine maintenance: $1,586 a month
The double-pane home windows have been changed two many years back. The condominium arrives with two basement storage units, along with a cupboard and excess closet in the shared hallway.
The residence demands some updates. The principal bedroom has awkward angles and the other bed room is little.
Brooklyn | 275 Clinton Ave., No. 34
Clinton Hill Co-op
A three-bedroom, two-bathtub, 1,500-square-foot apartment with 10-foot ceilings, decorative fireplaces, crafted-in cabinets, a windowed kitchen, a huge residing spot, an en suite major bed room with a dressing space, a windowed 2nd toilet with a claw-foot tub, a vented washer/dryer, and integrated basement storage, on the 3rd floor of a 5-story 1897 doorman making with a bicycle area, health and fitness center, shared outside kitchen, back garden, residents’ lounge and library. Deborah Rieders and Sarah Shuken, Corcoran Group, 917-494-2503 corcoran.com
Common fees: $2,020 a month
The building’s front property gives a buffer from the sidewalk and street. The device retains quite a few unique architectural information. New updates ended up created to the kitchen and lights.
The apartment ought to be cooled with window models and inhabitants can’t regulate the warmth.
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