What you’ll get across NYC for $800,000

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Got a budget of $800,000? Manhattan has one-bedrooms for you. But if you need or just want more space, the other boroughs are your answer.

MEATPACKING DISTRICT, MANHATTAN: A recently renovated one-bedroom condop with built-in storage on the top floor of a five-story building with laundry onsite at 85 Barrow Street (at Hudson). $800,000 plus $600/month maintenance

GRAMERCY PARK, MANHATTAN: A renovated one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a flexible layout in a doorman building that allows pied-a-terres, subletting, and co-purchasing at 201 East 17th Street (between Second and Third avenues). $800,000 plus $982/month maintenance

WEST CHELSEA, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom co-op with a woodburning fireplace and a home office integrated into the master bedroom in a 12-unit elevator building at 453 West 19th Street (between Ninth and 10th). $800,000 plus $1,377/month maintenance

CLINTON HILL, BROOKLYN: A corner two-bedroom, one-bath condo with a home office and a storage unit in a pet-friendly building at 1 Quincy Street (between Classon and Grand). $799,000 plus $376/month common charges, $259/monthly taxes

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom condo with 17-foot ceilings, a mezzanine level, central air and heat, and a washer and dryer in a pet-friendly building at 199 Humboldt Street (between Meserole and Scholes). $799,000 plus $366/month common charges, $3/month taxes (25-year tax abatement)

FLUSHING, QUEENS: A renovated three-bedroom, two-bath condo with cherrywood cabinets and hardwood flooring throughout in a doorman building with a pool at 138-35 Elder Avenue (between Colden and Kissena). $798,000 plus $690/month common charges, $383/month taxes

RIVERDALE, BRONX: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath 1940s brick house with a decorative fireplace, formal dining room, windowed eat-in kitchen and a renovated bath, plus radiant-heated floors, a finished attic, a rear deck, and a renovated bath at 5838 Tyndall Avenue (between Mosholu and West 259th). $799,000

SPUYTEN DUYVIL, BRONX: A two-bedroom, two-bath co-op that’s been freshly painted, has new flooring and a renovated kitchen in an elevator building with laundry facilities and a pool at 2621 Palisade Avenue (at Kappock). $800,000 plus $1,742/month maintenance, $61.87/month capital improvement assessment

PORT JEFFERSON, STATEN ISLAND: A six-bedroom, five-bath multi-family house with a gas-burning fireplace and a Jacuzzi tub, as well as a basement and screened-in deck at 211 B Joline Avenue (at Erie). $799,000 


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