We peruse a lot of listings here at BrickUnderground,and it's not often we see an apartment with a $150,000 price tag. But behold this Forest Hills studio co-op, which is truly affordable—a rarity in these parts.
The apartment is small, yes. It reminds us of a hotel room, in fact. But it's also got an updated kitchen (see below) and what appears to be at least one pretty large closet or pantry (also below).
The apartment is located just a couple of blocks from the E and F train, and in a complex with a back yard. The doorman building also has an elevator —good thing, because this apartment's on the seventh floor. There's a live-in super, too.
It's also about $20,000 less than the median price of a studio in the neighborhood. So if you want a quiet neighborhood on a budget — and don't have much stuff — we suggest you consider this for your starter apartment.