With breathtaking views of Central Park, this condo at 1049 Fifth Avenue offers over 81 feet of windows with views facing south. This 2,458 square foot home offers a brand new renovations. Three bedrooms which include ensuite baths, large living room attached to dining room area, which flows directly into the kitchen. A separate library is off of the entry foyer which leads through the gallery hallway, containing a half bath, walk in closet and laundry, and moves down to the bedroom wing. Home includes washer & dryer. Master suite offers two walk in closets and luxurious spa bath. Renovated eat-in kitchen provides top of the line stainless steel appliances, wine refrigerator, and gleaming white cabinets and countertops. Design details include herringbone rosewood floors, coffered ceilings, nickel hardware, and a semi-private landing. Building offers accommodations such as doorman, concierge, elevator, and live in management. Listing provided by Carol Staab at Douglas Elliman for the asking price of $11,500,000.
Next on the list of high end buildings is this 8,500 square foot condo building located at 125 East 83rd Street. This pre-war low-rise rental property building contains five floors with a total of ten apartments, each with one bedroom. A finely designed entry way provides ambiance and functionality with exposed brick, dark wood pillars, and chandeliers. Exposed brick in the stairwell of this walk-up building, as well as wood wainscoting, offers charm and appeal. Property listing at David Calderazzo, Reb by David Calderazzo for the asking price of $11,000,000.
This lovely penthouse sits atop the building at 116 East 68th Street. With three huge brick terraces, this Lenox Hill condo is a dream. Located in a landmarked, pre-war buliding, this co-op apartment offers a massive master suite, four other bedrooms, library, staff room, laundry room with washer/dryer, kitchen with breakfast room, formal dining room next to wet bar, massive living room with wood burning fireplace, gallery off of the entry foyer with private landing. This home has closets galore and provides its own service elevator. Master suite offers a southwest terrace, and the breakfast terrace sits just off of the kitchen. The eat in kitchen has customized cabinets, top appliances, hardwood floors, and a large pantry. The co-op consists of two red brick, Romanesque buildings offering doorman, elevator, live in management, laundry in building, a courtyard, and garden. Listing by Elizabeth Sierzega at Brown Harris Stevens for $9,950,000 asking price.
A charming Yorkville co-op with unlimited sublet policy allows this apartment at 339 East 85th Street #4C to be a owner-residence or investment property. Studio is quiet and overlooks a garden, has decorative fireplace, and full sized refrigerator. The building is a four story, prewar walk up with live in management and laundry in the building. Listing offered by Citi Habitats for the asking price of $269,000.
Newly decorated studio apartment is located at 530 East 84th Street #5R. Hardwood floors, glass French doors, large windows, stainless steel appliances, and partition wall to separate bedroom from living room. Has a small dining area off of the kitchen and a renovated bath. Building is The Chapin House, offering a bike room, elevator, laundry in the building, and extra storage available. Property listed by R Suri at Keller Williams NYC for $280,000 asking.
This upscale Junior One bedroom apartment sits at 435 East 77th Street #1G. A north facing window looks out onto the courtyard of this 12 story building which was erected in 1962. Parquet hardwood floors, extra large windows, separate kitchen, French doors leading to bedroom, large closets, and updated ceramic tile walls in the bath and shower. Building provides an elevator, garage parking, laundry, bike room, live in management, and virtual doorman. Listed at Citi Habitats by Edward Hunt for the asking price of $299,000.