This week’s list of most and least expensive properties comes from information obtained through StreetEasy.
One of just a few homes available off Fifth Avenue, this Lenox Hill Townhouse sits at 17 East 65th Street. This five bedroom, six full bath home is a historical prewar property with ceilings reaching almost 30 feet. Cement and steel masonry offers a modern look with a glass and steel ceiling. Three full floors, full basement, and two half floors complete this home with features such as travertine marble walls and flooring, steel staircases, grand entertaining rooms, and an incredible gallery. Master suite offers floor to ceiling glass windows, two full baths, dressing room, and balcony which overlook 65th Street. The fully-finished English basement offers high ceilings, currently configured as an office and storage but with possibilities for a theatre, gym, or other options. The first floor is currently configured as an art gallery and includes two powder rooms. Central air, wine cellar, elegant stairwells, dramatic library, fireplace, and various other amenities abound. Listing by Jared Seligman at Douglas Elliman for the asking price of $40,000,000.
Next on the list is this incredible coop in The Pierre Hotel at 795 Fifth Avenue #2204, designed by Leonard Schultze and S. Fullter Weaver, who were also the designers of The Waldorf-Astoria. This Lenox Hill suite recreates the most memorable rooms in London in this unique home which overlooks Central Park. Exposures from all sides, this four bedroom residence provides a grand living room open to dining room, leading to the kitchen with built ins. Entire east-to-west length is just over 105 linear feet of exposure with tons of north-facing windows. In addition to the public areas, there are also plenty of private spaces with a separate living room and dining room attached to a corner bedroom with ensuite bath. Complete with all of the expected white glove amenities such as concierge, doorman, elevator, laundry in building, and available storage. This apartment is listed at Brown Harris Stevens by Paula del Nunzio for the asking price of $33,000,000.
Pristine and elegant, this lovely Lenox Hill town home is located at 178 East 64th Street and offers over 7,200 square feet of living space. Four floors plus a basement and large terrace are complete with five bedrooms, living room, dining room, exquisite European kitchen, wine cellar, private gym, five baths, and one powder room. With three fireplaces, sweeping ceilings, wood floors, wet bar, and central air conditioning, this home needs no renovations. Listed by Stephanie Kanter-Weisberg at Douglas Elliman for $12,500,000 asking price.
On the most affordable end of listings this week comes this adorable junior one bedroom apartment at 435 East 77th Street #1G. New parquet wood floors, French doors, wall to wall closet in bedroom, plus two other large closets in the apartment. Bedroom fits queen sized bed and dresser. Separate kitchen, updated ceramic tile in bath, while the foyer, kitchen, and bath have ceramic tile floors. Building offers live in super, laundry in basement, deliveries accepted, video security system, bike room, and storage room. Property offered by Edward Hunt at Citi Habitats for $299,000 asking price.
This large studio apartment is located at 517 East 77th Street #4E in New York’s historical landmark building, The Cherokee. This forth floor, prewar walk-up building offers planted courtyard with European vaulted passageway to exterior stairways. Brand new hardwood floors, over sized new windows with lots of light, new appliances, and pet friendly. Listing offered through Citi Habitats by Steve Hallerman for $325,000 asking price.
A designer’s dream, this studio apartment at 516 East 86th Street #5W is a sponsor unit condo with no need for board approval. This space is ready to be leveled and designed to the buyer’s liking. With 550 square feet, there’s room for a home office, living area, large windowed area for kitchen, and renovated bath. Two large windows with fireplace in largest room. Listing by Donna Bradbury at Citi Habitats for the asking price of $345,000.