At the top of this week’s most expensive list sits this incredible Lenox Hill townhouse at 132 East 62nd Street. With over 5,100 square feet of living space, this five bedroom, six and a half bathroom home encompasses five stories. Elegance exudes this home which has been impeccably restored. Rooms include an marble foyer on the garden level, gallery, chef’s kitchen with top-notch appliances, garden-facing drawing room on the parlor level, as well as a den, living room, dining room, and an exquisitely landscaped garden with water wall. Mater suite offers a restored wood-burning fireplace as well as dressing room, bath, and study with mahogany wood-paneling and another wood-burning fireplace. Skylights, incredible furnishings, Turkish carpeting, artwork, and many other incredible treasures. Offered for sale by Tal Alexander at Douglas Elliman for $27,000,000 asking price.
This Park Avenue beauty is a luxury Lenox Hill condominium located at 737 Park Avenue #20A. Completely transformed, this home sits in an elegant, pre-war building with modern conveniences. Three bedrooms, four baths, and one powder room grace this 4,336 square foot home. A corner living room, separate dining area, media room, library, eat-in kitchen, patio, terrace, and an incredible master suite define this luxury space. The chef’s kitchen boasts marble floors, Miele appliances, Franke sinks, and custom Varenna cabinetry. Building amenities include 24 hour doorman, porters, elevator attendants, bike room, and playroom for children. Listed for $19,965,000 by Hilary Landis at Corcoran.
A new Lenox Hill construction at 345 East 62nd Street is a multi-family townhome with five apartments and one community space which could be used for a professional office. Apartments include keyed elevator access, top-of-the-line appliances, washer and dryer, marble countertops, high end flooring and cabinets, fireplaces with built-in shelving and mantles. Front and rear balconies are offered for outdoor space, including one unit with a 1,000 square foot terrace. All units are separately metered and there is a virtual doorman in the building. Listed by Carol Ann Flint at Newmark Knight Frank for $15,000,000.
On the most affordable end of listings this week sits this south-facing, sunny alcove apartment with large windows and central air conditioning. Excellent closet space, hardwood flooring, and a separate alcove sleeping area. The John Jay House offers full-time, live-in management, doorman, laundry, bike room, laundry room, and renovated common areas. Also includes a roof deck which is well-planted in the summer. Listed at Corcoran by Jorge Murillo for $299,000 asking price.
This 500 square foot studio co-op apartment is located in Yorkville at 530 East 84th Street #3P. High ceilings, large windows, southern views, courtyard, and original hardwood floors are offered in this living space. A separate pass-through kitchen, large living area, and three closets with storage above. Building offers free bike storage, live-in management, renovated lobby, private storage, and laundry room. Offered for sale by Coco Mindreau at Citi Habitats for the asking price of $299,000.
A charming renovated studio is located at 148 East 84th Street #5A. On the top floor of this quiet pre-war co-op building sits this bright, open studio. Large double windows offer natural light, and high ceilings make the apartment feel spacious. Bathroom skylight, custom kitchen cabinets, black/stainless steel appliances, three closets, hardwood floors, and separate dining area. Listed at DJK Residential by Joann Schwimmer for $335,000 asking price.