The following properties are among the most and least expensive listings this week, according to StreetEasy.
The expanse and luxury of this 11,000 square foot townhouse in the famed Waterfall Mansion located at 170 East 80th Street includes five bedrooms and six baths. The charm of a transformed 1899 carriage house on seven levels is incomparable and the design by Toshiko Mori brings modernity alive in this historic residence. Entering through the center double doors presents the massive, professionally lit art gallery leading to the namesake gallery piece, a twenty foot waterfall with a sculpture garden and reflecting pool. Floor to ceiling windows on most levels, elevator, terrace, and roof deck all incorporate the love of nature with sleek, contemporary lines. Dining room, grand living room, Jacuzzi spa, wine cellar, and a large gourmet chef’s kitchen are all part of this sleek, environmentally careful home. This home is listed at Trump International Realty New York by Chanel Korby with an asking price of $39,000,000.
Next on the high end of prices comes another townhouse, this one located in Lenox Hill at 157 East 70th Street. This enormous 10,000 square foot residence brings the Villa to the city with a 36′ x 42′ rear garden and an excess of natural light on its extra wide lot. Rooms include gallery foyer, front windowed office, living room, staff suite, service kitchen as well as main kitchen, five bedrooms, glass encased staircase, parlor, and more. It also has two private offices on the fifth floor, as well as a private gym with sauna, terrace, walk-in closet, and full bath. Fireplaces, custom closets, wet bar, elevator, and massive windows make this townhouse into a secret urban mansion. This home is listed by Paula Del Nunzio at Brown Harris Stevens with an asking price of $36,000,000.
Third on the list of most expensive Upper East Side luxury properties offers 7,700 square feet of newly renovated living space at 48 East 81st Street. Entrance with decadent paneled walls and hardwood parquet floors, dining conservatory, terrace, teak roof deck, master suite with leather flooring, garden, gourmet chef’s kitchen, grand parlor, cinema room, library, fireplaces, six bedrooms, five baths, and three half baths encompass the five floors of this unbelievable offering. Asking price for this gem is $23,000,000 and is listed by Allison Chalfin at Douglas Elliman.
On the lesser priced end is a spacious Yorkville coop at 509 East 88th Street, #4B with southern view. This studio apartment includes space for sleeping, living, and eating with windowed pass through kitchen. Laundry is in building. Carl Schurz Park and East River are located nearby. This property is being offered by Donna Bradbury at Citi Habitats with an asking price of $242,000.
Next on the list of least expensive apartments is a two room studio in Carnegie Hill at 160 East 91st Street #2D. Hardwood floors, large closets, bay windows, as well as updated bath and kitchen make this co-op apartment attractive and live-able. This building with two elevators, laundry room, and bike storage is conveniently located near Central Park, subway, dining, and shopping. This apartment is listed by Matt Goodman at Eric Goodman Realty with an asking price of $300,000.
Third on the list of least expensive apartments is a coop in Lenox Hill which takes full advantage of southern exposure with its large living room windows. The charming hard-wood floored apartment is located at 520 East 72nd Street #4J. Separate updated kitchen, renovated bath, and large closets provide functionality and charm to this apartment. Building is on quiet, tree-lined street with live in management, garage, updated laundry, elevator, bike room, zen-garden, and renovated lobby/halls. This property is being offered by Louise Devlin at Brown Harris Stevens with price of $316,500.