What you’ll get across NYC for $1.3 million

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Need (or want) more space? You’re in luck if you’ve got a budget of $1.3 million, because there are one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments available throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, and even a four-bedroom house in the Bronx.

HUDSON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom, two-bath co-op with a sunken living room and views of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge, plus original herringbone and parquet floors in an elevator building at 160 Cabrini Boulevard (between West 181st Street and Chittenden). $1.3 million plus $1,591/month maintenance, capital assessment of $42.44/month (no more than one dog allowed)

LINCOLN SQUARE, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom condo with an updated kitchen and a private storage unit in the basement in a doorman building with a gym and an indoor pool at 2000 Broadway (between West 68th and West 69th streets). $1.3 million plus $952/month common charges, $965/month taxes

UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A three-bedroom, two-bath co-op with two fireplaces, a home office, crown moldings, and original walnut and oak hardwood floors in a brownstone at 55 East 76th Street (between Madison and Park avenues). $1,295,000 plus $3,596/month maintenance

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A three-bedroom, two-bath duplex with a private backyard and a washer and dryer in a four-apartment development three blocks from the L train at 161 Jackson Street (Humboldt and Graham). $1.3 million plus $328/month common charges, $34/month taxes

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with a Juliet balcony and a washer/dryer hookup in a pet-friendly building at 294th 12th Street (between Fifth and Sixth avenues). $1.3 million plus $296/month common charges, $456/month taxes

BAY RIDGE, BROOKLYN: A three-bedroom, two-plus-bath duplex with a formal dining room and eat-in kitchen, as well as a solarium with garden views in a townhouse at 8417 Fort Hamilton Parkway (between 84th and 85th). $1.3 million

ASTORIA, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-bath condo with an in-unit stackable washer and dryer and double-insulated, energy-efficient windows in an elevator building with a rooftop deck at 30-11 21st Street (between 30th Avenue and 30th Road). $1,305,000 plus $591/month common charges, $44/month taxes

WHITESTONE, QUEENS: A four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath single-family with radiant heated floors in the kitchen and bath, and a backyard with an in-ground swimming pool at 151-36 10th Avenue (between Clintonville and 152nd Street). $1,298,000 plus $9,801/month taxes

RIVERDALE, BRONX: A three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo with floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings in a doorman building with a catered lounge featuring a home theater system, plus a rooftop terrace with a celestial telescope at 640 237th Street. $1.3 million plus $1,333/month common charges, $16/month taxes 


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