What’s out there in the world of NYC real estate for $350,000, you ask? Turns out, plenty of studios and one-bedrooms for you single or coupled folk in Manhattan and Brooklyn. If you have your sights set on more space, there’s a three-bedroom house for sale in Staten Island at the same price point.
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HUDSON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op in an elevator building that doesn’t allow dogs and has a parking garage at 153 Bennett Avenue (between West 187th and West 189th streets). $349,000 plus $748/month maintenance
LENOX HILL, MANHATTAN: A renovated studio on a high floor with a wall of windows in an elevator building that allows pied-a-terres and has on-site laundry at 233 East 69th Street (at Second). $350,000 plus $996/month maintenance
PROSPECT LEFFERTS HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A prewar one-bedroom, one-bath co-op overlooking a courtyard in a pet-friendly building with central laundry and recently installed elevators at 345 Montgomery Street (between Dearborn and Rogers). $349,000 plus $527/month maintenance
KENSINGTON, BROOKLYN: A top-floor one-bedroom, one-bath sponsor unit co-op (ie. no board approval necessary) with an updated kitchen featuring Caesarstone countertops in an elevator building at 207 Ocean Parkway (between Church and Beverley). $349,000 plus $573/month maintenance
DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN, BROOKLYN: A co-op studio with a windowed kitchen in a doorman building with a children’s playground and a roof deck at 235 Adams Street (at Tillary). $349,000 plus $594/month maintenance
JACKSON HEIGHTS, QUEENS: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with an eat-in kitchen and a windowed bath in an elevator building with storage available at 35-20 73rd Street (between 35th and 37th). $349,000 plus $650/month maintenance
SAINT ALBANS, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-bath two-story house built in 1920 at 186-23 Mangin Avenue (between Wood and Dunkirk). $350,000
SPUYTEN DUYVIL, BRONX: A renovated one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a terrace in a doorman building at 2621 Palisade Avenue (between Kappock and Independence). $350,000 plus $956/month maintenance
WEST BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath colonial house with an enclosed sun porch on a fenced-in double lot at 240 Taylor Street (between Castleton and Cary). $349,000 plus $2,852/month taxes