When you think of New York real estate, a plethora of horrors come to mind: tiny square footage, high prices, unavailability. And, that's not completely untrue. With the average
city apartment selling for $1.14 million, it's hard for most of us to imagine ever saving up enough to buy our own place
— let alone feeling like it's really
worth making such a huge financial investment.
But, we're getting a bit ahead of ourselves here. Do incredible places under $1 million still exist in New York City? Of course they do. And, they're even in some of our favorite neighborhoods. Click through to see 15 "humble" (but seriously chic) abodes that prove all of the city's real-estate isn't totally