This week’s list of most and least expensive properties on the Upper East Side comes from information obtained through StreetEasy.
Perched atop the landmark Mahattan House at 200 East 66th Street, Penthouse E21-01 is a Lenox Hill condo with over 4,000 square feet of living space. Including four bedrooms, five baths, staff room, grand living/dining room, two fireplaces, and windowed kitchen, this exquisite home exudes luxury. The wraparound terrace offers over 2,100 square feet of outdoor space, accessible from the living room/dining room, kitchen, and three separate bedrooms. The kitchen offers stained oak with stainless steel cabinets, stone counters, and a mahogany island. The master bedroom offers waterworks, a freestanding bath as well as a glass-encased shower and custom dimensional stainless steel surround fireplace. Building offers a concierge/doorman, cold storage, bike room, playroom, elevator, garage, gym, laundry, live-in management, and recreation facilities such as a yoga room. Expected occupancy is Spring of 2015. Listing is provided by Sunshine Marketing Group at Corcoran for the asking price of $12,500,000.
In the same Manhattan House building, Penthouse C21-01 is available at 200 East 66th Street, offering four bedrooms, four baths, one half bath, and a 627 square foot terrace wrapping around the living room. With wood-burning fireplaces, large windows, stainless steel with wood kitchen, white oak floors with gray stain, and extreme elegance, this Lenox Hill home offers over 3,70 square feet of indoor living space. The master bath includes a hand-chiseled bleached oak vanity with white counter tops and under mount sinks. The building provides a gym, playroom, bike room, doorman/concierge, elevator, garage, and more. Part of The Penthouse College offered by Sunshine Marketing Group at Corcoran for the asking price of $11,300,000.
Just down the street is Chez 66, located at 21 East 66th Street #11, at the very top of the building. This Upper East Side prewar condo building was built in 1921, and converted in 1989. Kitchen and breakfast room are newly renovated with marble countertops and incredible natural light from huge windows. The breakfast room leads to the formal dining room, to the large corner living room, and then to the library. The master bedroom plus two other bedrooms and staff room are located on the opposite end in a private wing of this full floor condo. Includes 3,668 square feet of living space with four full baths, one half bath, laundry room, private elevator vestibule, separate service elevator, and two fireplaces. Building offers doorman and pets are allowed in this 11 story, 19 unit building. Listing provided by Reba Miller at RPMiller Realty for the asking price of $10,500,000.
This week’s least expensive listing gives charm and functionality in this starter studio located at 337 East 85th Street #4A in Yorkville. Hardwood floors, decorative painted brick fireplace, separate windowed kitchen area, and tiled bathroom. Building has live in management and low maintenance fees. Property listed by John Cronin at Douglas Elliman for $239,000 asking price.
This 500 square foot one bedroom co-op sits at 521 East 88th Street #5D on the top of this five floor, prewar walkup in Yorkville. Solid wood flooring, high ceilings, Italian desinger ceiling light fixtures, built-in bookshelves, and renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Well-managed building with 24 hour on call super as well as a new roof, and newly painted hallways and stairwells. North and south exposures. Listing provided by owner, asking $327,000.
A one-bedroom junior in Yorkville sits at 212 East 88th Street #2A. This co-op offers a living room with two windows, dining area with Murphy bed, closet, and built-in storage. Separate kitchen with pantry, washer and dryer in the unit, and large windowed bath. Listed at Citi Habitats by Donna Bradbury for the asking price of $345,000.