I like having a small bottle of infant acetaminophen on hand in case of fever. Small nail clippers & yes a nasal aspirator. Depending how big your place is, you might want a baby monitor. I can't see well in the dark, but even if you can, a night light can be really nice to have for those night time feedings/changings. I personally find a comfy recliner a necessity for breastfeeding, especially at night
I also was very glad I had a breast pump (a simple hand pump is fine) for relief and to save up milk for going back to work when I had a few engorged times as I was bad at hand expression. Some really like BFing pillows too, I preferred using 2-3 flat bed pillows myself.
You don't need one, but I really like having a baby bathtub for baths. And while I agree you don't need a changing table, I loved mine and used it all the time. And you definitely might not need the crib right away, though I think it is nice to have it ready and set up for when you do want it. I didn't use a stroller for quite awhile myself, but it really depends on you and your baby. I also really liked having a bouncy seat (just a simple one with the toy bar removed and I never used the vibrate feature, but some babies love it) so I could put my baby down to pee, shower, etc. but still have her close by as she hated not being held and that at least helped if she was close and could see/hear me.