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The John Jay House via Living, LLC The John Jay House via Living, LLC
Considering CityRealty listings show that the median price of a three-bedroom home in Manhattan is $4.6 million for condos and $2.85 million for co-ops, it's no wonder most families decamp for the suburbs as they start getting bigger. However, that may not be the only course of action. The following three-bedroom co-ops are located in some of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods, and are not priced any higher than $1.25 million.
Light-Filled Lenox Hill Home
150-East-61st-Street-1 All images of 150 East 61st Street via Douglas Elliman
150-East-61st-Street-2 Kitchen
150-East-61st-Street-3 Bedroom
150-East-61st-Street-4 Bath
This spacious residence is warm and inviting with a gracious entry foyer, dining area, huge windowed eat-in kitchen, in-unit washer/dryer, two large split bedrooms, and an enormous double-wide living room that has been divided into a roomy living room and a large third bedroom/study. Oversized windows let in open city views and light but block out city noise. Read more.
Light All Day on the Lower East Side
570-Grand-Street-1 All images of East River Coop via LoHo Realty
570-Grand-Street-2 Kitchen
570-Grand-Street-3 Bedroom
570-Grand-Street-4 Bedroom
High floor co-op looks out on beautiful views of the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and Freedom Tower. The apartment comes with a windowed kitchen, well-proportioned bedrooms, and seven closets, including two walk-ins. Read more.
Classic Carnegie Hill Elegance
181-East-93rd-Street-1 All images of 181 East 93rd Street via Mont Sky Real Estate
181-East-93rd-Street-2 Foyer
181-East-93rd-Street-3 Kitchen
181-East-93rd-Street-4 Bedroom
Elegant and spacious apartment has recently been rewired and renovated, though not at the expense of original architectural details. Features include triple exposures, custom cabinetry, and large windows in the living room and kitchen. Read more.
Prestigious Park Avenue Pad
1060-Park-Avenue-1 All images of The Niagara via Brown Harris Stevens
1060-Park-Avenue-2 Kitchen
1060-Park-Avenue-3 Bedroom
This apartment in a J.E.R. Carpenter-designed building offers the chance to create an elegant home that reflects one's personal style in one of the most prestigious locations in the city, if not the world. Features include 10' beamed ceilings, windows in every room, three sun-filled exposures, through-wall air conditioning, hardwood floors, abundant closet space, two full bathrooms, a washer/dryer and a flexible floor plan. Read more.
Stunning Views in Midtown East
303-East-57th-Street-1 All images of The Excelsior via Halstead
303-East-57th-Street-2 Living room
303-East-57th-Street-3 Dining area
303-East-57th-Street-4 Bedroom
Wake up to magnificent sunrises above the East River and picturesque sunsets over Central Park from this 40th-floor aerie. This home also features a masterfully renovated kitchen, hardwood floors, customized storage, and a large private balcony. Read more.
Prewar Paradise on the Upper West Side
375-Riverside-Drive-1 All images of 375 Riverside Drive via Douglas Elliman
375-Riverside-Drive-2 Foyer
375-Riverside-Drive-3 Bedroom
This prewar co-op is rich in such original details as coved ceilings, picture moldings, two transoms, original parquet and herringbone floors and a set of French doors. All three bedrooms are spacious, and two look out on beautiful treetop views of Riverside Park. Read more.
Excellent Uptown Space
203-West-102nd-Street-1 All images of 203 West 102nd Street via Douglas Elliman
203-West-102nd-Street-2 Kitchen
203-West-102nd-Street-3 Bedroom
203-West-102nd-Street-4 Bedroom
With four exposures, exposed brick, and a wood-burning fireplace, this loft-like prewar raised parlor floor home offers generous space and many options for living and entertaining. The building allows an in-unit washer/dryer and the chance to add another bathroom. Read more.
Corner Elegance on the Upper East Side
520-East-76th-Street-1 All images of The John Jay House via Living LLC
520-East-76th-Street-2 Dining area
520-East-76th-Street-3 Kitchen
520-East-76th-Street-4 Bedroom
Northern and eastern exposures in this high-floor co-op look out on panoramic East River and park views. Additional features include large living and dining area, state-of-the-art kitchen, and abundant storage space. Read more.
The Perfect East Village Combination
206-East-7th-Street-1 All images of 206 East 7th Street via Compass
206-East-7th-Street-2 Kitchen
206-East-7th-Street-3 Bedroom
Taking up an entire half of the second floor of the building, two units and a common hall between them easily combine into a three-bedroom apartment in the heart of the East Village. The kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances. Read more.
Impressive Details and Central Location
100-West-57th-Street-1 All images of Carnegie House via Compass
100-West-57th-Street-2 Dining room
100-West-57th-Street-3 Kitchen
100-West-57th-Street-4 Bedroom
Oversized, beautifully renovated home features soundproof windows, three exposures, and spacious bedrooms. The modern kitchen flows seamlessly into the spacious dining room for excellent entertainment potential. Read more.
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