The median sale price of a two-bedroom apartment on the Upper West Side is $1,599 million, according to StreetEasy. But don’t be discouraged! If you don’t have anywhere near that amount saved up for your dream home, there's still some hope.
Here are five two bedrooms across the neighborhood that can be yours for under $900,000. They're all in co-op buildings.
224 Riverside Dr.
This two bedroom, one bath (also shown at top) has an open living room and dining area, and charming prewar details like crown and baseboard moldings, hardwood floors, and picture windows. The kitchen has lots of cabinets and a dishwasher. There’s a large walk-in closet in the east-facing master bedroom, and a second bedroom that faces Riverside Park. The apartment is priced at $849,000. Maintenance is $1,308 a month.
760 West End Ave.
Priced at $799,999, this two bedroom offers high, beamed ceilings and herringbone hardwood floors in the living room, a master bedroom large enough for a king-size bed and a desk, and a second bedroom with a south-facing window. An en-suite bathroom opens into both bedrooms. There’s also an updated, windowed kitchen. The building is prewar, with a full-time doorman, a live-in super, laundry, storage, and a bike room. Maintenance is $1,557 a month, and the board allows 75 percent financing.
300 West 108th St.
This is a two bedroom, one bath corner unit with an updated kitchen, nine-foot ceilings, newly installed Thermopane windows, and five closets. It's in The Charlton, which has a live-in super, a full-time doorman, a courtyard common area, card-operated laundry facilities, storage cages, bike storage, and air-conditioned storage. Pieds-à-terre are permitted, and sublets are allowed subject to board approval after two years. Listed at $899,000, plus $2,042 a month for maintenance.
229 West 97th St.
This two bedroom, one bath has an exposed brick wall in the living room, high ceilings, oak flooring throughout, and a windowed kitchen. There’s a large master bedroom, as well as a second bedroom that’s currently being used as an office. It's in the Powellton, a prewar building with individual storage, bike storage, a live-in super, and door staff. Asking price: $849,000. $1,193 a month maintenance.
4 West 101st St.
This fourth-floor two bedroom, one bath offers strip hardwood floors, nine-foot ceilings, a video intercom system, and a recently renovated kitchen with custom cabinetry, stone countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. The apartment is in a prewar building with a live-in super, a laundry room, storage cages, and bike storage. The owner is asking $625,000. It's $955 a month for maintenance.
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