Manhattan | 1890 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard, No. 3C
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,100-square-foot apartment with a closeted entryway; hardwood floors; an open living room and kitchen with a ceiling fan, stone countertops, breakfast bar and dishwasher; a primary bedroom with two closets, en suite bathroom with a double vanity, shower stall and linen closet; a second bathroom with a bathtub; and a vented washer/dryer, on the third floor of the Strathmore, a five-story 1920 building with a bike room, package room, gym, and live-in superintendent. Brian Letendre and Tom Berklund, BOND New York, 917-392-0888; bondnewyork.com
Common charges: $1,090 a month
Taxes: $518 a month
The bedrooms are set back from the boulevard, making them quiet and cozy. The craftsman-style crown molding and window frames add a nice touch.
The air-conditioning is from window units. Aside from a courtyard in front of the lobby, the building has no usable outdoor space.
Manhattan | 205 Third Avenue, No. 19C
Gramercy Park Co-op
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 825-square-foot apartment with glossy white tile floors; a living and dining area with built-in bookshelves, cabinets and a retractable desk or table; a windowed galley kitchen with a breakfast bar; a bedroom with seven closets, built-in cabinets, a Murphy bed and a mirrored vanity; an en suite bathroom with a soaking tub; a 300-square-foot terrace; and central air-conditioning, on the 19th floor of Gramercy Park Towers, a 21-story doorman building with a concierge, live-in superintendent, gym, laundry room, roof deck, courtyard, bike room, and connected access to a basement-level parking garage. Karen Kostiw, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 212-327-9622; cbwarburg.com
$2,050 a month
Built-in bookcases and cabinets provide ample storage. The refrigerator is new. Maintenance includes gas and electricity.
The building allows service animals, but not pet dogs. Washer dryers are not permitted either.
MANHATTAN | 27 Van Corlear Place
Marble Hill Multifamily
A 3,579-square-foot multifamily brick house from 1920, with a four-bedroom, one-bath apartment that has a washer/dryer, dishwasher, skylight, built-ins, brick fireplace, cast iron stove, windowed bathroom with tub, original leaded windows, millwork and parquet floors; over a three-bedroom, one-bath unit with a sitting room, cast iron stove, French doors, and a windowed bathroom with a tub and its own laundry hookup. Aaron Kass and Geoffrey Weiss, Compass, 929-269-3411; compass.com
$585 a month
The home is filled with ornate original details from the floors to the ceilings and has a large backyard.
Each unit only has one bathroom. There’s no off-street parking. The kitchens are dated and the backyard needs a green thumb.
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