258 Riverside Drive, No. AA/BB
Riverside Drive Co-op
A three-bedroom, two-bath 1,450-square-foot co-op with 10-and-a-half-foot ceilings, a kitchen with two sinks and a breakfast bar, an open living and dining area, a primary bedroom with overhead beams and a windowed bathroom, on the first floor of the Peter Stuyvesant, a 12-story building from 1909 with a part-time doorman, live-in super and building manager, a bike room, roof deck, basement storage and shared laundry. Sheila Starr, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, 917-557-1173; nyc.bhhsnyproperties.com
Maintenance: $2,310 a month
The buyer gets first dibs on an available basement storage cage, which costs $70 a month. The board permits in-unit washer/dryers.
It’s a large space to cool with window air-conditioning units. The bathrooms could use updates.
Manhattan | 212 East 57th Street, No. 5A
An apartment with two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and ample closet space. It is located on the fifth level of Sutton 57. This 24-story building has a resident manager and gym. There is also a roof deck and bike room. Kristen Jordan, Jill Preschel and Gianna Vigliotti, Douglas Elliman, 908-415-5418; elliman.com
Common charges: $2,197 a month
Taxes: $1,902 a month
The seller, a Miami interior designer, updated the apartment tastefully and used it only as a pied-a-terre. It has good storage and both en suite bathrooms have tubs.
Carving out space for a home office or nursery may be difficult.
Brooklyn | 1719 East 22nd Street
A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 1,817-square-foot house with a stone porch, a front den with a skylight, a living room with a gas-burning cast-iron stove, a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, a walk-in pantry, a finished basement with a walk-in cedar closet and laundry room, an attic with a pull-down entry, through-the-wall air-conditioning, gas heat, a driveway and a backyard. Lisa Lilker Reich, Madison Estates Sotheby’s International Realty, 917-804-4930; sothebysrealty.com
Taxes: $8,732 a year
This spacious home has room to grow and a nice layout. The backyard is fully fenced.
The kitchen and lower-floor bathrooms are dated and there’s no bathtub. First floor glass block walls may not be to everyone’s taste. The backyard has pavers in lieu of grass.
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