Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn


Manhattan | 200 West 86th Street, No. 10I

Upper West Side Co-op$725,000

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 800-square-foot co-op unit with a windowed galley kitchen, a sunken living and dining area, and a large bedroom with a windowed en suite bath and a walk-in closet, on the 10th floor of a 19-story prewar doorman building with a live-in super, shared laundry and extra storage. Linda Reiner and Lisa Tarnopol Deslauriers, 917-273-5860, Coldwell Banker Warburg; cbwarburg.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,982 a month

Pros

The living areas are spacious.

Cons

The kitchen is dated. Storage cages cost between $60 and $200 a month, depending on size, and the gym costs $250 a year for residents who wish to use it.

Manhattan | 5 West 107th Street, No. 1D

Manhattan Valley Co-op$1 million

A two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, roughly 1,200-square-foot apartment with a windowed kitchen, an open living and dining room, an en suite primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, a spiral staircase to a lower level with an additional living area and a half bath, and a washer/dryer, on the first floor of a five-story building with a live-in super, a virtual doorman, a bike room and extra storage. Erin Wheelock and Sharda Muthusammy, 917-275-7372, Keller Williams; kwnyc.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,551 a month

Pros

Both full bathrooms have windows. Storage cages cost just $36 a month.

Cons

The living room and primary bedroom windows look out onto the sidewalk.

Brooklyn | 101 Warren Street, No. A1F

Cobble Hill Duplex$1.75 million

A two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 1,616-square-foot condo with an open floor plan that includes a kitchen island and a half bath on the ground floor, two en suite bedrooms with walk-in closets on the upper level, central air-conditioning and a washer/dryer, in a five-story former church from the 19th-century with a live-in super and a package room. Natalie Rabaa, 917-327-1388, Brown Harris Stevens; bhsusa.com

Costs

Common charges: $1,174 a month
Taxes: $1,042 a month

Pros

Original stone walls and other retained details add character to this cozy home. It has a functional layout with good closets. There’s a private entrance from a courtyard.

Cons

In the primary bedroom, a window is positioned in a wall where the headboard of a bed might best fit. The building lacks amenities.

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