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The Six-Digit Club

Find budget-conscious real estate in some of the most expensive U.S. cities, with homes for sale all asking under $1 million.

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Brooklyn Heights One-Bedroom With Sharp Kitchen Reno, Micro Claw-foot Tub, for $675K

So close to the water.

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Brooklyn Museum–Adjacent Apartment With Two Large Bedrooms Asks $875K

It comes with plenty of prewar touches including an arched doorway and base moldings.

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One-Bedroom in Clinton Hill Former Shoe Factory (Across the Street from Pratt) Wants $795K

The co-op has huge windows, high ceilings, and a wraparound balcony.

Mid-century Home With Four Bedrooms and a Huge Deck in Eagle Rock for Under $1M

The hillside home has ample walls of glass and exposed beams.

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One-Bedroom With Massive Casement Windows in Tudor City Asks $779K

The co-op apartment has ten-foot ceilings, garden views, and a wood-burning fireplace.

1916 L.A. Craftsman With Vintage Two-Person Trailer in the Backyard Asks $749K

The interior features an original brick fireplace, wood paneling, and built-ins.

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Windsor Terrace Two-Bedroom With Plentiful Storage, Steps From Prospect Park, Asks $849K

The renovated apartment comes with hardwood floors and an in-unit washer-dryer.

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Clinton Hill One-Bedroom With Pine Floors and Farmhouse Sink Asks $660K

The condo unit also features an exposed-brick wall with an inlay fireplace and an in-unit washer/dryer.

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Carriage House One-Bedroom Hidden Behind Chelsea’s “Muffin House” Asks $875K

The apartment has four windows overlooking the common courtyard.

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Gut-Renovated House on Staten Island’s North Shore (With a Huge Backyard) Asks $819K

The open-plan living area also includes an oversize kitchen island.

1950s Time Capsule in L.A.’s Glassell Park Asks $889K

Look out for the beamed ceilings, brick fireplace, and vintage cooktop.

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West 72nd Street One-Bedroom With 9-Foot Ceilings Wants $575K

The Upper West Side co-op is just a short stroll from Central Park.

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Steps From Riverside Park, a One-Bedroom With Built-in Bookshelves Asks $615K

The Upper West Side co-op also comes with a decorative fireplace and renovated kitchen.

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In the East Village, a Two-Bedroom Duplex with a Garden Wants $995K

Prewar details include a wood-burning fireplace and exposed brick.

1932 L.A. Bungalow With Original Teal and Yellow Tile Asks $950K 

Other notable features include detailed plasterwork and built-in dressers.

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For $625K, a Pocket-Size Scandinavian-Inspired Studio in Soho

The space was overhauled by Norwegian model Sophia Lie and is selling furnished.

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Park-Adjacent Park Slope One-Bedroom With Private Patio Wants $749K

Prewar and modern details merge in the largest apartment of a 10-unit co-op steps from Prospect Park.