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What you’ll get for $800,000 in Harlem, Park Slope and across NYC

HARLEM, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath duplex condo with a terrace off the bedroom, a washer and dryer, a skylight, stainless steel appliances, exposed brick and a wood-burning fireplace on the top floor of a pet-friendly doorman building at 252 West 123rd Street (between Eighth and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard). $795,000 plus $410/month common charges, $15/month taxes 


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A budget of $800,000 will get you anything from a studio with a lofted bedroom in midtown, to a four-bedroom house in Riverdale. And, of course, there's quite a bit in between. Here's a snapshot of what's on the market at this very moment.

MIDTOWN EAST, MANHATTAN: A studio loft condop with 12-and-a-half-foot ceilings, granite countertops, and white cabinets in the kitchen, a terrace, and a garden in a doorman building with laundry facilities and a roof deck at 310 East 46th Street (between First and Second). $785,000 plus $1,318/month maintenance

UPPER WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom co-op with a renovated windowed bath, beamed ceilings, and granite kitchen countertops in an elevator building with a part-time doorman near Central Park and Lincoln Center at 11 West 69th Street (between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue). $799,000 plus $1,354/month maintenance, pied-a-terres and guarantors accepted

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom penthouse condo with an in-unit washer and dryer, skylights, double-pane windows, a white-granite-tiled bath, and a mezzanine in a pet-friendly building at 199 Humboldt Street (between Meserole and Scholes). $809,000 plus $388/month common charges, $3/month taxes, tax abatement until 2032

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A corner one-bedroom co-op with a sunken living room and herringbone floors in a pet-friendly elevator building with a part-time doorman, a bike room, and a live-in super at 160 Columbia Heights (between Pierrepont and Clark). $799,000 plus $1,205/month maintenance

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: A renovated prewar two-bedroom, one-bath co-op with an open kitchen featuring custom cabinets, a washer and dryer, an original soapstone mantel, a decorative fireplace, and exposed brick in a pet-friendly building a block from Prospect Park at 1209 Eighth Avenue (between 12th and 13th). $799,000 plus $783/month maintenance

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-bath co-op with a terrace in a doorman building at 111-20 73rd Avenue (between 112th and Queens Boulevard). $800,000 plus $2,004/month taxes

FLUSHING, QUEENS: A prewar four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo with crown moldings, restored hardwood floors, a woodburning fireplace, and stainless steel appliances in an elevator building with a gym at 148-09 Northern Boulevard (between 147th and 149th). $800,000 plus $638/month common charges, $450/month taxes

RIVERDALE, BRONX: A four-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath house with a woodburning fireplace, a finished basement, a deck, and an attached two-car garage at 5831 Fieldston Road (between West 259th and Mosholu). $815,000

SOUTH BEACH, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath colonial with a backyard featuring a pool and a deck, an en-suite master bath, and an unfinished basement at 499 Wentworth Avenue (between Olympia and Quincy). $799,000 plus $465/month taxes


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