This $575,000 studio is in a classic Carnegie Hill doorman co-op. The building is from the late 1930s, but the apartment looks to have been renovated recently. Technically, it's got three rooms, including a living/dining area and a small office space (with no windows). There's also a separate kitchen complete with a dishwasher, a must in our book.
But the real showstopper: Built-in bookshelves (we're suckers for them!). We'd imagine it's these details, and the fact that there's an extra room, that explain why the apartment is about $200,000 more that the median price for a studio in the neighborhood.
Note, there is an assessment of $416.07 per month through March 31, 2016 to pay for the building's new hybrid boiler. The 13-story building at 152 East 94th Street, between Lexington and Third has a doorman, elevator, bike room, and laundry and storage facilities.