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Would you rather live in a Williamsburg condo conversion (l, via Nest Seekers) or a Midtown co-op (r, via Compass)? Both are listed for $1 million. Would you rather live in a Williamsburg condo conversion (l, via Nest Seekers) or a Midtown co-op (r, via Compass)? Both are listed for $1 million.
New York real estate is full of surprises, and some of them can be found simply by perusing listings. Different boroughs, or even different New York neighborhoods, can lead to an incredible contrast between the listings being offered at certain budgets. We look throughout the city at five price points and the very different homes that can be found for them.
166-East-61st-Street-1 All images of 166 East 61st Street via Compass
166-East-61st-Street-2 Living area
166-East-61st-Street-3 Sleeping area
South-facing corner studio is spacious and flexible enough to be converted to a one-bedroom. It features generous closet space and incredible natural light from windows in the living area, sleeping area, bathroom, and kitchen. Doorman building with live-in super and laundry room is a short walk from the 59th Street subway stop. See floor plan and full details here.
436-Chauncey-Street-1 All images of 436 Chauncey Street via Corcoran
436-Chauncey-Street-2 Kitchen
436-Chauncey-Street-3 Master bedroom
Spacious, sunny home in a boutique condominium features high ceilings, recessed lighting, hardwood floors, and in-unit washer/dryer. The open plan kitchen comes with an island, stainless steel appliances, and generous countertop and storage space. A tax abatement is in place, and the building has a large common outdoor space with grill and lounge furniture. See floor plan and full details here.

165-Christopher-Street-1 All images of 165 Christopher Street via Warburg
165-Christopher-Street-2 Entry foyer
165-Christopher-Street-3 Kitchen
165-Christopher-Street-4 Bedroom
Upon entering this top-floor home, a gracious foyer with a large coat closet leads to an oversized living room with recently refinished wood flooring and incredible light through picture windows. The thoughtfully place kitchen features stainless steel appliances, modern checkerboard tile, granite countertops, and built-in wine storage. The large bedroom has a mirrored closet and beautiful West Village views. See floor plan and full details here.
743-East-45th-Street-1 All images of 743 East 45th Street via Halstead
743-East-45th-Street-2 Living room
743-East-45th-Street-3 Dining room
743-East-45th-Street-4 Master bedroom
Beautifully renovated prewar townhouse with front yard, back yard, and garage offers a rare opportunity to own a single-family home in New York. All rooms are spacious, but the open plan living/dining room is especially ideal for entertaining. Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite spa bath. See floor plan and full details here.

184-Kent-Avenue-1 All images of Austin Nichols House via Nest Seekers
184-Kent-Avenue-2 Kitchen
184-Kent-Avenue-3 Bedroom
184-Kent-Avenue-4 Bath
Located in a landmarked building, this loftlike home is filled with amazing light and views of the East River, the Williamsburg Bridge, and Downtown Manhattan through large casement windows. The open chef's kitchen is equipped with high-end appliances, custom cabinets and lights, brushed Caesarstone countertops, and Kohler chrome fixtures. The tranquil bath features mosaic floor tile, honed Giolia Carrera stone walls, Kohler chrome fixtures, and a walnut vanity. See floor plan and full details here.
25-West-54th-Street-1 All images of Regent House via Compass
25-West-54th-Street-2 Dining area
25-West-54th-Street-3 Kitchen
25-West-54th-Street-4 Bedroom
Centrally located prewar home is filled with natural light from three exposures. Features include gracious proportions, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and new central air/heating units. The kitchen and bathrooms were recently renovated. See floor plan and full details here.

447-West-18th-Street-1 All images of Chelsea Modern via Corcoran
447-West-18th-Street-2 Dining area
447-West-18th-Street-3 Kitchen
447-West-18th-Street-4 Bedroom
Situated in an award-winning building just steps from the High Line, this south-facing home is flooded with light from floor-to-ceiling windows. The sleek kitchen has a massive breakfast bar and top-of-the-line appliances that include a six-burner vented gas range and a wine refrigerator. The master suite has a large bedroom, an oversized dressing room with California Closets, and spa-like marble and limestone bath. See floor plan and full details here.
45-Sutton-Place-South-1 All images of Cannon Point South via Wald Real Estate
45-Sutton-Place-South-2 Dining room
45-Sutton-Place-South-3 Kitchen
45-Sutton-Place-South-4 Bedroom
The views from this tenth-floor home in a prestigious building span from Long Island City's skyline to the Williamsburg Bridge and beyond. A gracious foyer flows into a large living room flanked by a formal dining room with a wall of windows. The master suite has several closets, including one walk-in, and a recently updated bath. See floor plan and full details here.

380-Rector-Place-1 All images of Liberty Terrace via Compass
380-Rector-Place-2 Dining room
380-Rector-Place-3 Master bedroom
380-Rector-Place-4 Private roof terrace
Breathtaking downtown penthouse has jaw-dropping Statue of Liberty and Hudson River views - what better place to enjoy them than the impressive private terrace with a Jacuzzi and outdoor shower? Interiors feature a flexible layout, soaring ceilings, original murals accents by Mr. Brainwash, custom built-ins, and a modern open kitchen. The second-floor master suite has river views, mahogany cabinetry, and a spa-like bath. See floor plan and full details here.
120-East-87th-Street-1 All images of Park Avenue Court via Corcoran
120-East-87th-Street-2 Living room
120-East-87th-Street-3 Kitchen
120-East-87th-Street-4 Bedroom
Spacious, opulent home on a prime Upper East Side block features 14' ceilings, deep crown moldings, recessed lighting, hand-carved mantle, excellent closet space, and expansive windows that fill the apartment with light. The chef's kitchen has a stained-glass ceiling and furniture-quality cabinets. The master suite has soaring ceilings and a stunning marble bath. See floor plan and full details here.
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