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What you’ll get across NYC for $1.3 million

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Two-, four- and even seven-bedroom abodes are on the market for $1.3 million this week. So whether that's your budget, or just like to window shop, as it were, we’ve found a selection of apartments across NYC’s five boroughs. If you don’t need much space, you’ll even find a studio in the Financial District.

FINANCIAL DISTRICT, MANHATTAN: A one-bath studio condo with two entrances and a sleeping alcove in an elevator building with a rooftop terrace, library lounge, pool and spa, blocks from the Stock Exchange at 20 Pine Street (between Nassau Street and William). $1.3 million plus $1,134/month common charges, $160/month taxes

GREENWICH VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: An updated two-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a remodeled bath featuring custom tile work and a European-style vanity with wall-to-wall ceilings in the master bedroom at 180 Thompson Street (between Bleecker and West Houston). $1.3 million plus $1,353/month maintenance

CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath two-family townhouse set up as two two-bedroom apartments, with a limestone and brick exterior, a fireplace, a backyard and a two-car garage at 1235 President Street (between Nostrand and New York Avenue). $1.3 million plus $161/month taxes

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with floor-to-ceiling windows and built-in storage in a doorman building with a courtyard, landscaped rooftop with a reflecting pool and a children’s playroom at 429 Kent Avenue (between South Eighth and South 11th). $1.295 million plus $713/month common charges, $273/month taxes

STUYVESANT HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A four-bedroom, two-bath one-family townhouse with original details such as window shutters and wainscoting, marble and title fireplaces, mantles and original wood trimmings at 724 Macon Street (between Ralph and Howard). $1.299 million plus $3,202/month taxes

BAYSIDE, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-plus-bath colonial house with an open layout and a fireplace, his-and-her closets in the master bedroom, double sinks in the master bath and a private terrace, as well as a loft with two more bedrooms and a full bath at 217-15 85th Avenue (between 217th and 218th). $1,299,999

GLENDALE, QUEENS: A seven-bedroom, three-bath detached three-family townhouse with a patio, washer/dryer and available FiOS at 79-31 67th Road (between 79th and 80th). $1,299 million

SPUYTEN DUYVIL, BRONX: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo with floor-to-ceiling soundproof windows and in-wall satellite speakers in an elevator building with an indoor lap pool, movie theater, kids’ playroom and a fitness center at 3220 Arlington Avenue (between West 232nd and West 235th). $1.295 million plus $1,463/month common charges, $31/month taxes

SAINT GEORGE, STATEN ISLAND: A four-bedroom, three-bath multi-family Tudor house with a fireplace in the living room, a sun room and a private yard with an in ground pool and a three-car garage (the second unit has a separate entrance and two bedrooms) at 60 Daniel Low Terrace (at Fort Hill Circle). $1.3 million


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