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    This one-bedroom apartment on 85th Street in New York is one of five landmarked row houses that were built between 1890-91 by architect Ralph S. Townsend. All windows face south so even on a gloomy day, it's still bright, the listing states. The living room triple window is framed at the top by the original restored stained glass.
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    "Wonderful Visitation Valley single-family home that has been extensively remodeled with brand new kitchen, bathroom, hardwood floors, paint, lighting, and more," the listing states. The three-bedroom home has a contemporary bathroom with natural light from the skylight above, living room with wood burning fireplace, separate dining room, and brand new designer kitchen.
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    This is a 524-sq. ft. one-bedroom San Francisco home. "Both the eat-in kitchen and generous bedroom overlook the large deck and garden area," the listing states. "The remodeled kitchen opens onto its own separate, south-facing porch area while the living room offers a quiet sanctuary at the back of the condo."
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    This 632-sq. ft. one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco has a listing that states: "Perfect as a starter home or delightful pied-a-terre, this charming condo is located in a prime Lake District location, just steps from Mountain Lake Park. The condo is flooded with natural light and retains its classic original Edwardian details."
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    This 675-sq. ft. one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco is on sale for $525,000. The listing states: "The charming 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit has warm softwood floors, fireplace, vintage windows, compact kitchen and updated bath. There is also a walk-in closet additional storage. Relax on the welcoming front porch and enjoy the views of San Francisco and surrounding hills."
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    This three-bedroom 1,350-sq. ft. condo is on sale for $498,000 in San Francisco.
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    This two-bedroom 620-sq. ft. San Francisco home, listed for $479,000, is located on "a quiet tree-lined street next to a public park between the NOPA, Alamo Square and Lower Pacific Heights neighborhoods," the listing states. "The fully remodeled two bedroom unit is the perfect choice for a starter or second home."
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    "Your long wait for the perfect one bedroom at Battery Pointe is over, now that 7-E has come to market," this listing states. The New York apartment is the largest floor plan available in the building and overlooks Rector Park. "The layout is highly functional: enter thru a neat foyer, which opens into the large main room, which offers both spacious dining and living spaces," says the listing.
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    "Rarely available loft apartment located in a renovated brownstone in Central Harlem," this New York listing states. "The apartment has a bay window facing west, hardwood floors, two decorative fireplaces, and an open kitchen design with stainless steel appliances and a combo washer/dryer. As an added bonus, there is a private terrace off of the bedroom alcove area which faces east."
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  • Which city has better real estate

    "Very large alcove studio/JR 1 Bedroom with a fantastic flow and a wall of sun, facing south, in one of the most vibrant, and accessible neighborhoods in all of New York," the $475,000 New York listing states. "The space seems divided in two with a grand feel that places one in the spacious living room, with the reveal being a nice sized alcove area which could fit a California King bed."
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    This $485,000 New York listing states: "The quality and smart renovation of this 700sqft home in New York is apparent from the moment you enter the uplifting, modern and light environment. Natural light from a full wall of windows floods the east-facing spacious living room and roomy open kitchen."
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  • Which city has better real estate

    The listing for this $489,000 New York apartment states: "This lovely, converted 1 bedroom New York home features a spacious layout with an entry foyer/dining area, dressing room and French doors between the living room and bedroom."
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