This week’s list of most and least expensive properties for sale on the Upper East Side comes from information provided by StreetEasy.
Topping the list this week is this high-demand Park Avenue duplex located at 515 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill. Set atop floors 30 and 31 of this limestone condo, this apartment has panoramic views of the city with its expansive windows and ten foot ceilings. Grand rooms make up this massive 6,286 square foot residence complete with gallery, sweeping staircase, corner living room, wood burning fireplaces, library, dining room, and study. Top-of-the-line kitchen, breakfast room with window, staff room, and another half bath are nearby. The second floor is comprised mostly of bedrooms, including the master suite with over-sized closets and a dressing room. Media room is also on the second floor. Building perks include doorman, elevator, gym, and valet. This luxury property listed by Serena Boardman at Sotheby’s International Realty with an asking price of $29,500,000.
Next on the top of the high end list comes an incredibly sought-after twenty foot wide town house with five floors plus basement. The first floor of this incredible brick building is currently fitted as a doctor’s office but could easily be converted to single family use. Includes living room facing 74th Street, new kitchen, dining room with conservatory extension, and French doors over first floor terrace. Third floor holds the warm, south facing master suite with marble bath and media room as well as south balcony. Also on the third floor is another library/bedroom and full bath. The fourth floor contains two bedrooms with marble baths. The fifth floor offers another complete living space with a living room, kitchen with skylight, and dining room. Laundry and storage is in the basement with an elevator serving all five floors. Offered by Caroline E Y Guthrie at Brown Harris Stevens for the asking price of $17,600,000.
Also on the most expensive list sits Penthouse B in this Upper Carnegie Hill building at 1200 Fifth Avenue, with ideal views of Central Park from the wrap around terrace. Currently with three bedrooms and five baths, the library could be converted into a versatile fourth bedroom. Original design details from the prewar era include beamed ceilings and hardwood floors in this 4,215 square foot home. Sunshine floods each bedroom, living room, and dining room. Eat in kitchen offers marble counters, top brand appliances, and separate laundry. All this in a full service building with a doorman, live in management, bicycle room, and gym. Property listing by Lisa Simonsen at Douglas Elliman with an asking price of $10,995,000.
This charming studio in a prime location in Carnegie Hill sits at 160 East 91st Street, #7L. Newly renovated kitchen area includes hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and white cabinets. New bath with lighting and style. Building has part-time doorman, bike room, elevator, live-in management, and laundry. Listed by Eloise Johnson at Halstead Properties with a $300,000 asking price.
Next on the less pricey list is this adorable 425 square foot studio located in Lenox Hill at 233 East 69th Street #140. Situated on the first floor of this friendly and quiet co-op is this sunny studio aparment with hardwood parquet floors. Excellent closet space and southwest corner windows. Full service building with 24 hour doorman, live in management, bike room, garage, roof deck, laundry, and storage. Property listed at Corcoran by Carol Shainswit for $318,000.
Finally on the lower priced list sits this charming studio at 235 East 73rd Street. Elegantly designed pre-war co-op by Emery Roth and built by Bing & Bing in the 1930s. Sunken living room with 9′ ceilings, hardwood floors, and alcove for sleeping. Full windowed kitchen, updated appliances, and marble counters. Full time doorman, garden, storage, gym, and laundry. Offered by Mattie Weiser at Town Residential for the asking price of $339,000.