The sixth-floor apartment has a balcony off the living room.

The sixth-floor apartment has a balcony off the living room. Credit: VHT Studios /Matt Capowski

A one-bedroom co-op in Wendell Terrace in the Village of Hempstead is on the market for $199,000.

“It’s very well maintained inside and out,” says listing agent Walter Greene of Signature Premier Properties. “The hallways are in spectacular condition" and the unit is very bright.

A sixth-floor unit in the seven-floor building, the co-op has one bathroom, granite counters and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, ample closet space, and a large balcony off the living room.

The kitchen.

The kitchen. Credit: VHT Studios /Matt Capowski

The apartment measures 800 square feet, or 950 including the balcony, says Greene, adding that many owners transform the formal dining rooms of the one-bedrooms into a second bedroom.

The monthly maintenance fee of $1,007 covers taxes, common area maintenance, heat and water.

The building has a lobby-level laundry room, storage room and a private parking lot. Parking is an additional $25 per month or $50 for a reserved spot.

The living and dining areas.

The living and dining areas. Credit: VHT Studios /Matt Capowski

Located on Wendell Street in the Hempstead Union Free School District, the co-op is a few blocks from Garden City and near country and golf clubs, museums, Adelphi and Hofstra universities and NYCB Live's Nassau Coliseum.

The building accepts a minimum downpayment of 10%, Greene says. It is staffed daily from 6 p.m to 4 a.m. and permits cats and dogs (under 40 pounds). Residents may sublet their units after living there two years.

The building's lobby.

The building's lobby. Credit: VHT Studios /Matt Capowski

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