Do you like the feeling of walls closing in on you? Have you ever wanted to literally roll out of bed into the shower? Then maybe this 100-square-foot rental at 114 West 71st Street is exactly what you need! It’s going for $1,000, and the broker points out: “This is the absolute lowest price at which you can move into the West 70s!”
The stunningly small apartment in a mid-block brownstone has a tiny nook for a toilet, but is otherwise a 7-by-10 foot room. There are no windows — just a skylight. If you act now, the landlord will actually throw in the mattress seen above for free! (bedbugs included?)
The broker has fun with the listing, adding in some decent jokes:
– This apartment is so small, you can’t have three friends over at the same time; one of you will have to wait outside in the hall.
– It’s so small you can’t gain weight once you move in.
– It’s so small there’s a bumper on the front door to keep it from hitting the back wall.
– It’s so small you have to move the bed just to open and close the front door.
Also this: “And look at the bright sides of such an apartment: 4th floor walkup means you’ll stay in shape; no separate kitchen area or stove means no dishes to clean; and an apartment this cheap means the broker fee is under $2000. Where can you find THAT in this area? :)”
Gotta love the emoticon!
(hat-tip to Curbed)
I don’t know, it looks a little small.
The building next door is going for 16.25 million. It will never get it. Some AH put WAY too much money in to it. All these buildings are worth 3-6 mill.
Where exactly was the $88 million apartment? I think I prefer that one.
O.M.G……..PRISONERS HAVE MORE ROOM!!!!!