According to information from StreetEasy this week’s list of most and least expensive properties for sale on the Upper East Side are the following.
The most expensive Upper East Side property this week is at the top of the pretentiously re-developed Carlton House at 21 East 61st Street. Its 8,988 square feet including six beds, six baths, one half bath, living room, formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen, fireplace, terrace, and washer/dryer. This exquisite energy efficient penthouse residence is surrounded by premier ateliers, dining, and entertainment. The building offers an indoor pool, fitness center, steam room, storage, and 24 hour onsite service. Offered by Extell Development Company with an asking price of $65,000,000.
Next on the list combines townhouse living with condo conveniences in the Maison at 823 Park Avenue. Two floors of expansive space facing Park Avenue provide 7,235 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms, seven baths, living room, winding staircase, library, formal dining room, breakfast kitchen, and a guest suite. Luxurious features include high ceilings, hardwood floors, stereo system, tall windows, and a fireplaces. Listed at Corcoran by Carrie Chiang with an asking price of $18,500,000.
Finally on the most expensive list is a Lenox Hill Townhouse tucked in between Park and Madison Avenues at 46 East 66th Street. Five stories and 6,817 square feet of space ready to be customized to the new owner’s preferences. A twenty foot width of historic street presence with charming brick and high windows in the front and a rear yard and terrace in the back make this property the ideal home. This property is offered by Guthrie Garvin at Massey Knakal Realty Services with an asking price of $17,500,000.
This weeks least expensive Co-op studio is at 252 East 89th Street #5D offers the finest in inexpensive apartment living. Stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, microwave, pass through kitchen, breakfast bar and hardwood floors. Sleeping loft makes this studio spacious and added storage space is a special surprise not found in most studios. Listed at Citi Habitats by Eugene Litvak for the asking price of $279,000.
Next lowest in price this week is a charming Yorkville apartment at 212 East 88th #2D. Exposed brick, hardwood floors, high ceilings, crown molding, and extra closet space, combine charm with live-ability. Renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher. Tree lined street close to restaurants. Offered by LaQuet Pringle at Ra Partners for an asking price of $349,000.
Third in the lower priced category is a studio in Lenox Hill at 300 East 71st Street #17D. Full sized kitchen, large closet space, and sunny east facing windows adds to the attraction of this Co-op apartment. Building offers newly renovated lobby, 24 hour concierge, planted roof deck, laundry, garage, elevator, and storage. Listed with Brown Harris Stevens by Harvey Messing at an asking price of $359,000.