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Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx

Manhattan | 605 West 111th Street, No. 61

Morningside Heights Co-op

$1.395 million

A two-bedroom, two-bath, roughly 1,500-square-foot apartment with a windowed kitchen, a living room with built-in bookshelves, a bedroom with mahogany pocket doors and built-in bar cabinet, a smaller room that could be used as a third bedroom, windowed bathrooms, window-unit air-conditioning and ample closets, on the top floor of a six-story 1906 doorman building with a live-in super, storage units, a bike room and shared laundry. Jeffrey Stockwell, Ben Haymes and Dominique Ramirez, Brown Harris Stevens, 917-449-3433; bhsusa.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,906 a month

Pros

This roomy apartment is close to Columbia University. The board permits subletting after the first year.

Cons

A king-size bed would be tight in the primary bedroom, which could use a renovation. The walls of closets in two of the bedrooms may be unsightly to some.


Manhattan | 480 Park Avenue, No. 11H

Upper East Side Co-op

$975,000

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 1,000-square-foot apartment with a windowed galley kitchen, original herringbone floors in the foyer and living room, a large bedroom, a windowed bathroom, ample closets, a wood-burning fireplace and window unit air-conditioning, on the 11th floor of a 19-story prewar doorman building by Emery Roth that has a concierge, gym, roof deck, shared laundry and deeded storage cages. Arlene Reed and Rebecca Blacker, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 212-439-5180; cbwarburg.com

Costs

Maintenance: $2,750 a month

Pros

The entry foyer is grand and the fireplace works. The board permits washer/dryers. Maintenance includes electricity.

Cons

The kitchen is tiny and the bathroom could use a renovation.


Bronx | 1020 Grand Concourse, No. 23P

Grand Concourse Co-op

$695,000

A one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath, roughly 1,000-square-foot apartment that has an open kitchen/living/dining room with a Murphy bed, built-in shelves, a wine bar, a breakfast bar, cove lighting, a half bath and a full bath connected by a shower with frosted glass doors, terrazzo tile flooring, ample storage, central heating and air-conditioning and a balcony, on the top floor of a 23-story doorman building in the Grand Concourse Historic District with a parking garage and shared laundry. Matthew Bank, Bank Neary Real Estate, 917-608-6309; bankneary.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,262 a month

Pros

You can see the George Washington Bridge from the balcony. The seller was the architect behind the apartment’s recent renovation. It’s offered furnished for a fee. Parking spots in the building’s attached garage cost $375 a month.

Cons

The living area, where a TV is currently kept, is small. The hallway outside the apartment lacks glamour. The floor plan, which connects two bathrooms through a shower, may not suit some buyers.

Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.

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