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What you’ll get across NYC for $1.5 million

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Whether you actually have $1.5 million to buy right now, or like to window-shop (er, dream), we’ve got the scoop on what’s available on that budget across all five boroughs. In addition to the above three-bedroom apartment in Downtown Brooklyn, you’ll even find a range of houses—both single and multi-family—even in Brooklyn.

CENTRAL HARLEM, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with soundproofing and a keyed elevator that opens directly into the apartment in a pet-friendly building with a bike room at 2073 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (between West 112th and West 113th streets). $1.5 million plus $974/month common charges, $14/month taxes (tax abatement ends in 2028)

TURTLE BAY, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom (convertible to three), two-bath co-op with a renovated and windowed kitchen and renovated baths, plus two split master bedroom suites in an elevator building with a concierge at 301 East 48th Street (at Second Avenue). $1.5 million plus $2,720/month maintenance

GRAMERCY, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath condo with a windowed walk-in closet and a windowed home office in a doorman building with storage available at 120 East 29th Street (between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue). $1.5 million plus $960/month common charges

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath condo with exposed columns and beams and built-in Italian wardrobes in a doorman building with shared recreation facilities at 79 South Fifth Street (between Wythe and Berry). $1.5 million plus $904/month common charges, $85/month taxes

BAY RIDGE, BROOKLYN: A five-bedroom,two-and-half-bath three-story house with custom crown moldings and an updated kitchen at 269 Bay Ridge Parkway (between Ridge Avenue and Third). $1.5 million

HUNTERS POINT, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo at 10-63 Jackson Avenue (between Hunters Point Avenue and 50th). $1.499 million plus $1,045/month common charges, $79/month taxes

LITTLE NECK, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath house with a garden and a sunken living room with a cathedral ceiling at 251-51 Gaskell Road (between Browvale and 251st). $1.5 million plus $10,788/month taxes

RIVERDALE, BRONX: A four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath Tudor house with a wood-burning fireplace, front porch, rear patio and garden, as well as a basement with a playroom at 5234 Netherland Avenue (between West 252nd and West 254th). $1.495 million

PRINCES BAY, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, five-bath multi-family colonial house featuring a one-bedroom apartment, a fireplace, a brick deck, an in-ground pool and a Jacuzzi, as well as a basement and solar panels at 300 Albourne Avenue (between Queensdale and Foster). $1.499 million


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