This week’s most most and least expensive Upper East Side real estate listings are compiled from information obtained through StreetEasy.
Topping the list this week for most expensive listings is the exquisitely restored townhouse at 125 East 70th Street in Lenox Hill. The Neo-French classic design was built in 1965 by banking heir Paul Mellon. It’s sprawling, historic 11,100 square feet includes eight bedrooms, eight baths, three half baths, a library, a garden with reflecting pool and gazebo, chef’s kitchen, wine room, terrace, and the uncommon advantage of three sun exposures. Five fireplaces, massive floor to ceiling windows, security system and wifi readiness add to the grandeur of this palace tucked inside the city. Listed by Louise Belt at Sotheby’s with the asking price of $46,000,000.
Next is this five bedroom, five and a half bath duplex at 740 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill. This co-op residence sets the tone from the beginning with a private elevator, grand marble entrance with staircase, a hidden powder room, and coat closet. The sunny paneled library, enormous living room, 16-seat dining room, chef’s kitchen, and maid’s quarters all combine to create a majestic mansion. The pre-war building designed by Rosario Candela housed John D. Rockefeller for many years, and now contains a fitness gym,laundry, storage and many more amenities. Listed by Kyle W Blackmon at Brown Harris Stevens with an asking price of $29,500,000.
Third on the extravagant list is in the recently transformed The Carlton House, at 21 East 61st Street #15A. The 4,649 square feet of living space include four bedrooms, five and a half baths, completely modernized kitchen, terrace and more. Steps from Central Park, the energy efficient building provides access to swimming pool, gym, laundry, storage space, doorman and various other standard luxuries. Listed for sale at Extell Development Company with the asking price of $21,000,000.
At the very top of the least expensive apartments to hit the market this week is this opportune studio at 435 East 85th St #4C in Yorkville. Situated in a well-maintained co-op, this particular unit is in need of a complete renovation but has tons of charm. Skylight in bathroom, hardwood floors, large kitchen and closets, south facing windows all offer great bones and features to play with. Elevator and laundry in building. This listing is listed by by Nancy Rapp at Halstead Property. Asking price is $225,000.
Next is this junior one-bedroom studio co-op located at 517 East 77th Street. Updated kitchen, high ceilings, windowed kitchen and bath, and a private laundry all make this a cozy top floor apartment. The building offers a courtyard, live in management, and storage. Listed at CORE by Adrian Noriega with an asking price of $325,000.
The third least expensive apartment on the Upper East Side this week is the quaint 375 square foot studio at 530 East 84th Street #1K. The building has an elevator, storage, bike room, laundry facilities, and patio. Coco Mindreau at Citi Habitats is listing this apartment with an asking price of $370,000.