Co-op pick of the week

Is this a New York City unicorn? A decently sized one-bedroom for under $300,000

We're loving the exposed brick and the track lighting. Sometimes the details make all the difference.


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It probably goes without saying that a recently updated one-bedroom for under $300,000 is rare in these parts. But behold this $299,999 one-bedroom in Woodside, Queens.

The brand-new-to-the-market listing is in a prewar co-op building with a landscaped front courtyard, laundry in the basement, a live-in super, and on-site parking (subject to availability), as well as private storage. The apartment has a large living room (with track lighting and brick walls) and an open, windowed and updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

The apartment also has original arches, hardwood floors and multiple closets. The bathroom is modern and minimal, too.

We like it particularly for its old-world dimensions and charm, but it's updated for modern living, too. You can also tell it's been kept up well by the current owner.

And if you work in Manhattan, the 7 will take you to Grand Central in just over 30 minutes.