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What you’ll get across NYC for $900,000

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Starting your apartment hunt with a budget of $900,000? You’ll find lots of potential new digs throughout NYC’s five boroughs. And if prewar details and working fireplaces are on your checklist, you’ll want to pay extra special attention to our roundup this week.

CENTRAL PARK SOUTH, MANHATTAN: A studio with a terrace, herringbone floors and a white marble bathroom in a doorman building that doesn’t allow pets but has a maid service and dry cleaning on-site, at 106 Central Park South (between Sixth and Seventh). $900,000 plus $659/month common charges, $365/month taxes, and a special assessment of $145.32 until June 2016

MURRAY HILL, MANHATTAN: A corner two-bedroom, two-bath co-op with pocket doors in the living room, crown molding throughout, and Italian Carrara marble window ledges, plus two smart TVs, in an elevator building with outdoor space that’s two blocks from Grand Central at 320 East 42nd Street (between Second and Tudor City Place). $900,000 plus $1,842/month maintenance

UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A renovated floor-through, prewar one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with tin ceilings, decorative molding, ceiling medallions and a working marble fireplace in the living room (plus a decorative one in the bedroom) in a pet-friendly building at 186 East 75th Street (between Lexington and Third). $900,000 plus $1,200/month maintenance

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom, one-bath condo with 10-foot ceilings and harbor views in an elevator building located near a number of subway lines; plus, four common outdoor spaces, views of the Statue of Liberty and a J-51 tax abatement, at 110 Livingston Street (between Court and Adams). $915,000 plus $474/month common charges, $62/month taxes, tenant in place until the end of March 2016

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a home office that can be converted into a third bedroom and/or half bath, on the fifth floor of a six-story elevator building that doesn’t allow dogs, was renovated last year, and is within walking distance of Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza at 225 Lincoln Place (between Seventh and Eighth). $900,000 plus $1,455/month maintenance

HUNTERS POINT, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, one-bath condo with floor-to-ceiling windows and a south-facing balcony in a doorman building across the street from the 7 train at 10-63 Jackson Avenue (between 50th and Hunters Point Avenue). $899,000 plus $709/month common charges, $59/month taxes

NEPONSIT, QUEENS: A renovated three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath house with a custom mahogany bar and a patio, just one-and-a-half blocks from the beach at 145-15 Neponsit Avenue (between Beach 145th and Beach 146th). $899,000 plus $707/month taxes

RIVERDALE, BRONX: A four-bedroom, three-bath house with a fireplace and a deck/patio, as well as a garage, located on a cul-de-sac at 371 West 254th Street (at Valles). $900,000 plus $884/month taxes

HUGUENOT, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, two-plus-bath colonial multi-family with a two-story foyer and a private alfresco balcony off the master bedroom, as well as a deck, at 1426 Drumgoole Road West (between Nippon and Darlington). $899,000


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