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What you’ll get across NYC for $2 million

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Whether your budget is actually $2 million or you just like to look, we’ve got a selection of what’s available across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Your choices run the gamut from two-bedroom co-ops in Manhattan like the one above, to a five-bedroom home in the Bronx.

LINCOLN SQUARE, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with an eat-in kitchen and river views in a doorman building with a health club, indoor pool, and spa at 220 Riverside Boulevard (between West 70th and West 71st). $2 million plus $1,065/month common charges, $900/month taxes

EAST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: A renovated one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with "smart home' features like Lutron RadioRa and Sonos (manageable via iPad or iPhone app); the apartment has views of Grace Church and is in a full-service building with a planted courtyard and children’s playroom at 70 East 10th Street (between Broadway and Fourth). $2 million plus $1,257/month maintenance

FORT GREENE, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, two-bath prewar condo with 20-foot ceilings and arched windows a few blocks from Fort Greene Park at 1 Hanson Place (between Saint Felix and Ashland). $2 million plus $1,435/month common charges, $151/month taxes, month-to-month tenant currently in place

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: A four-bedroom, two-bath two-family townhouse that can be converted to a single-family at 484 11th Street (between Sixth and Seventh). $2,000,000 plus $257/month taxes

BRIGHTON BEACH, BROOKLYN: A furnished four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath penthouse condo with heated marble floors and a terrace that faces the beach, plus a private balcony off one of the bedrooms, in a building with a gym and a pool at 45 Oceana Drive East (at Oceana Terrace). $1.99 million plus $670/month common charges

BEECHHURST, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, four-plus-bath house with a fireplace in the great room, a butler area, granite countertops in the kitchen, and custom cherry cabinets throughout, as well as a wet bar at 6-19 161st Street (between Powells Cove and Riverside). $2 million

FAR ROCKAWAY, QUEENS: A six-bedroom, seven-bath beachfront multi-family with a dock, a pool, and ocean views, with a separate building lot approved for a two-family included at 125 Beach Fourth Street (at Seagirt). $2,000,000 plus $5,226/month taxes

FIELDSTON, BRONX: A recently reconstructed and landscaped five-bedroom, five-bath house with a wraparound bluestone patio, an attic, and a natural gas-powered backup generator at 4750 Iselin Avenue (at West 250th). $1.99 million


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