This week’s list of most and least expensive properties on the Upper East Side by information from StreetEasy:
This weeks most exquisite and expensive apartment to hit the market is a co-op at 998 Fifth Avenue #5/6E. This building offers five bedrooms, five baths, a gallery with a sweeping staircase, living and dining rooms with fireplaces, eat-in chef’s kitchen, pantry, laundry, and double maid’s room. High ceilings, period stained glass windows, hardwood floors, and neutral color scheme make this two-floor duplex, exquisite for entertaining and living. The building was designed by McKim, Meade, and White and includes an elevator, doorman, and storage. Listed at Sotheby’s by Serena Boardman with an asking price of $22,000,000.
Next on the list of most expensive properties this week is in the new condo conversion at 11 East 68th Street #9East. This expansive residence offers 4,595 square feet of living space, including five bedrooms and five baths. Elegant woodwork and oak flooring, soaring ceilings, multiple window exposures, contemporary chef’s kitchen with designer cabinetry, and onyx master bath make this property as unique as it is luxurious. Separate service elevator, washer/dryer, and private service quarters are all provided. Designed by Shelton, Mindel & Associates, the building provides amenities such as doorman, concierge, fitness center, storage, and kids’ lounge. Listed at Douglas Elliman by Madeline Hult Elghanayan for the asking price of $21,500,000.
Finally, third on the expensive listings this week is this magnificent Lenox Hill condo in The Laurel Building at 400 East 67th Street 26B/27B. The 26th and 27th floor duplex in this glass and limestone tower contains 3,928 square feet with five bedrooms, six baths, one half bath, chef’s kitchen featuring the highest end appliances and marble counter-tops, a massive living room, marble baths, and much more. The full service building boasts a fitness center/triathlon training center, swimming pool, elevator, bike room, storage, live-in management, kids’ playroom, and laundry. Listed at Douglas Elliman by Adam Rothman. Asking price is $11,500,000.
The least costly property this week is situated at 509 East 88th Street #2A in Yorkville. This bright and sunny studio apartment is recently renovated with exposed brick walls, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, and closet space. Listed at Citi Habitats by Donna Bradbury for the asking price of $254,000.
Next is this uniquely large 450 square foot studio at 330 East 65th Street #3K15 in Lenox Hill. This charming apartment offers high ceilings, exposed brick, hardwood floors, sunny windows, and recent renovations. Offered by P. Morris at Eagle Heights Real Estate. Asking price $300,000.
Third on the least pricey end of listings this week is a 400 square foot studio apartment located at 238 East 84th Street #4B. This pre-war renovated building provides character with its high ceilings, windows, customized closets, elevator, and laundry. Listed by Jessica Tomelden at Nestseekers for the asking price of $305,000.