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What you’ll get across NYC for $800,000

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Got $800,000 budgeted for real estate? Apartments and even houses are within reach at that price in the city. Take a look at what’s available this week, including the Kips Bay studio with outdoor space pictured above.

UPPER WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A renovated one-bedroom prewar condo with herringbone floors and an updated eat-in kitchen with two exposures in an elevator building with a part-time doorman at 124 West 93rd Street (between Columbus and Amsterdam). $799,000 plus $753/month common charges, $836/month taxes

CHELSEA, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom condop with a breakfast bar and cherry wood cabinets in the kitchen and a private balcony overlooking a garden in a pet-friendly elevator building that’s one block from Chelsea Piers at 520 West 23rd Street (between 10th and 11th). $799,000 plus $1,580/month maintenance

CLINTON HILL, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom, two-bath co-op with 11-foot ceilings, a recently remodeled chef’s kitchen, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves with a custom library ladder, and exposed brick walls and timber beams in a doorman building located directly across from the Pratt Institute at 372 DeKalb Avenue (between Saint James and Classon). $815,000 plus $1,164/month maintenance

CARROLL GARDENS, BROOKLYN: A corner two-bedroom, one-bath duplex condo with a lofted office and sleeping area, an eat-in kitchen, central air and an attic in a pet-friendly, doorman building zoned for PS 58 at 360 Court Street (between Union and President). $800,000 plus $1,200/month common charges, $314/month taxes

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-bath condo with a private garden and a washer and dryer hookup in an elevator building that accepts pets on approval at 304 Henry Street (between Atlantic and State). $800,000 plus $452/month common charges, $382/month taxes (sponsor unit, buyer pays sales transfer tax)

HUNTERS POINT, QUEENS: A one-bedroom condo with a private terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows in an elevator building with a part-time doorman located a block from the LIC Landing Park promenade at 2-40 51st Avenue (between Second and Fifth). $799,000 plus $614/month common charges, $65/month taxes

FLUSHING, QUEENS: A four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath brick cape house with a front porch and updated kitchen, plus a finished basement and a gas fireplace in the den at 40-25 Utopia Parkway (between Station and 42nd). $815,000 plus $478/month taxes

PELHAM PARKWAY, BRONX: A six-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath colonial two-family, currently set up as a one-family with bay windows, Jacuzzi tubs, a basement and gas heat at 1948 Tenbroeck Avenue (between Neill and Rhinelander). $799,000 plus $7,081/month taxes

SOUTH BEACH, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath colonial with central air and an above-ground pool at 48 Wentworth Avenue (between Olympia and Quincy). $799,999 plus $5,552/month taxes


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