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It doesn’t matter how happy you are in your current place: Ogling apartment listings is practically the official pastime of New York City. We scoured StreetEasy to find the most stunning pads available for $3,000 or less.
Oh hey, just a rooftop pool with a view of the Manhattan skyline, NBD. (The apartment itself isn’t too shabby either, with quartz countertops and an in-unit washer and dryer.)
Exposed brick? Check. High ceilings? Check. A rooftop equipped with gas grills and an enclosed space for year-round lounging? Check.
The parquet floors, mahogany details and two fireplaces feed our yearning for brownstone charm; the brand-new kitchen and bathroom are a bonus for our practical side. (Oh, and the place is a respectable 1,000 square feet.)
Sure, it’s on the snug side, but who needs space when Central Park is literally right outside your window? The washer-dryer, rainfall shower and central air-conditioning don’t hurt either.
We can’t wait to host our next get-together in this Park Slope townhouse, thanks to a separate dining room and tons of closet space to hide all our clutter. And how cute are those mint-green walls?
Hurry, you still have a month or so to make the most of that killer rooftop deck before the cold weather sets in. (Outdoor Thanksgiving, anyone?)
If a railroad layout and proximity to college kids doesn’t bother you, this downtown abode offers plenty of natural light, exposed brick and adorable French doors.
Wait, is that Williamsburg outside or a quiet block in the suburbs? Along with the chirping birds that will wake you up every morning (we imagine), this flat comes with a 50-square-foot storage unit.
Can we talk about those views for a second? That and the building’s gym, roof deck and “wine room.” We don’t even need any further explanation.
We're not sure what to talk about first: the furnished roof deck, the in-building yoga studio or the fact that this place is right across the street from Prospect Park. (Oh, and we wouldn't mind being neighbors with Michelle Williams.)
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