To many of us, a million dollar home sounds like it should be the lap of luxury: marble tubs, game room, wine cellar, perhaps a private pool. But, a million dollars doesn't go quite as far down amenities lane in New York City. So what does a million bucks buy you in Gotham? Here are ten apartments around the million dollar mark and currently on the market.
This loft one-bedroom in Chelsea boasts a very large living room with a gorgeous wall of windows. And it has a washer and dryer, so that's nice. It's asking $999k.
This two-bedroom in Park Slope, which besides having high ceilings, some nice detailing, and a decent kitchen also has an amenity that's quite rare in New York: a private outdoor space. It's listed for $799k.
This Upper West Side apartment has two bedrooms, one with a loft above, and a beautiful coffered ceiling and wood paneling. It's listed for $985k.
This one-bedroom in Murray Hill has not one but two impressive outdoor spaces — a terrace off the bedroom, and a private roof deck with impressive views. It's asking $849k.
This brand-new three-bedroom in Bed-Stuy has two whole bathrooms, some very nice finishes, and a wall of windows in the living room. It's asking $929k.
This brand-new Williamsburg one-bedroom has some nice finishes, and an impressive outdoor space complete with patio. It's listed for $829k.
This Chelsea one-bedroom has a lofted bedroom, 14-foot ceilings and wraparound windows in the living room. It's asking $939k.
This Park Slope one-bedroom has a second floor bonus room, which opens up onto a very large private roof deck. It's listed for $749k.
The big draw of this Turtle Bay one-bedroom is the gorgeous wall of windows at one end of the apartment, with views of Midtown and the Chrysler building. It's priced at $875k.
Sure, it's a one-bedroom apartment for nearly a million dollars... but this Midtown apartment has a sunny atrium and a wrap-around terrace, two features which make it pretty remarkable. It's listed for $999k.