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What you’ll get across NYC for $850,000

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Looking for a new abode in NYC on a budget of $850,000 could be as fun as a game of Crazy Eights. Don’t believe us? Just turn to Brooklyn and even the Bronx for duplexes, or Manhattan for studios, one-bedrooms and even two-bedrooms. There’s something to fit your needs in every borough this week.

MIDTOWN WEST, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath condo with radiant heating for the bathroom floor and granite countertops in an elevator building with a gym that’s near the business and theater districts at 516 West 47th Street (at 10th). $850,000 plus $657/month common charges, $503/month taxes

UPPER WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom, two-bath prewar co-op with a windowed kitchen that allows washer/dryer installation with board approval in a pet-friendly doorman building a block from Central Park and close to Whole Foods at 55 West 95th Street (between Columbus and Central Park West). $850,000 plus $1,776/month maintenance

GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, two-bath duplex condo with a private balcony, cathedral ceilings in the living room and remote operated Fujitsu air conditioning units in a pet-friendly building zoned for JHS 126 John Ericsson and PS 31 Samuel F Dupont at 182 Huron Street (at Greene). $850,000 plus $345/month common charges

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with a rear balcony and a walk-in closet in a newly constructed four-unit building with a common roof deck near Eugene and Co. and Sincerely Tommy at 353 Jefferson Avenue (between Tompkins and Throop). $849,000 plus $187/month common charges, $26/month taxes, 15-year tax abatement

HUNTERS POINT, QUEENS: A one-bath studio condo loft with a 15-foot ceiling with a wall of oversized windows that overlook a garden and an in-unit washer/dryer in a doorman building with a children’s playroom and a roof terrace, as well as valet parking, including Zipcar, and a co-ed sauna with a private massage room near MoMA PS1 at 27-28 Thomson Avenue (at Court Square). $855,000 plus $651/month common charges, $40/month taxes

ASTORIA, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-bath first-floor single-family townhouse with the potential to build, less than 500 feet from the N and Q trains and within walking distance of gyms, delis and restaurants at 23-18 32nd Street (between 23rd Avenue and 23rd Road). $850,000

COUNTRY CLUB, BRONX: A four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath multi-family brick split-level house that features an owner’s duplex over a one-bedroom unit, with skylights and cathedral ceilings and a fenced-in rear yard with an in ground pool near the 6 train at 3190 Randolph Place (between Kennellworth and Stadium). $849,000 plus $565/month taxes

ELTINGVILLE, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, two-bath renovated house with two decks, one with French doors leading out onto it. The home also features a glass solarium and a shed, and is located at 11 Robinson Avenue (at Tennyson). $849,000


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