This week’s list of most and least expensive properties based upon information provided by StreetEasy.
At the top of this list this week is a magnificent Lenox Hill condo encompassing the 9th and 10th floors of the building at 28 East 70th Street. Located on the Madison Avenue, eight bedrooms and eight baths round out this fully equipped 7,536 square foot modern renovated pre-war home. Accessed by a private entry, this expansive duplex is perfect for entertaining with its formal dining room, gallery, media room, living room, study, library, office, and playroom. In addition, the space at the back of the house offers laundry, kitchen, breakfast room, and powder room. Offered by Serena Boardman at Sotheby’s International Realty with an asking price of $28,000,000.
Next comes this luxurious openly laid out Lenox Hill condo at 11 East 68th Street. Meticulously designed by Shelton, Mindel & Associates, this residence offers 4,654 square feet of sunny, light-filled living space including six bedrooms, five baths, and one half bath. A private elevator provides entry into the elegant, wood-paneled foyer which leads to a corner living room with fireplace where enormous windows offer unparalleled views of Madison Avenue and 68th Street. The corner dining room with fireplace and bay window, leads to the gracious library, family room, and eat-in chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line amenities. Other features include his-and-hers dressing rooms in the master suite, windowed master bath with onyx walls, private service quarters, separate service elevator, and full equipped laundry machines. Building offerings include gym, 24-hour doorman and concierge, kid’s lounge, and storage. Property listed by Madeline Hult Elghanayan at Douglas Elliman for the asking price of $19,500,000.
Finally on the most expensive list sits the exquisite Yorkville penthouse at 10 Gracie Square. Resting on the top of one of Mahattan’s most coveted residences is this incredible terraced pre-war co-op overlooking the East River. Brilliantly renovated with an open design, classic moldings, hardwood floors, four wood-burning fireplaces, skylights, massive windows, private elevator, and twelve foot ceilings. The 5,000 square feet of space includes five bedrooms, five baths, living room, dining room, library with landscaped terrace, windowed eat-in kitchen, terraced bedrooms, and windowed baths. Listed at Corcoran by Robert Browne. Asking price $18,900,000.
On the less expensive end sits this adorable studio at 340 East 83rd Street #G1. South facing windows and a huge garden patio make this space a must-see. Extra closet space is in this 400 square foot home, offered in a well-kept co-op building close to dining and shopping. Listed at Citi Habitats by Carla Kupiec for the asking price of $258,000.
Second least expensive is a charming 425 square foot studio apartment at 305 East 72nd Street #9I. Large picture window offers a north facing view of the city, as well as east windows which overlook the courtyard. Oak parquet floors, elevator, and friendly door staff. Ideally located near a future subway stop, comedy strip, organic foods market, and other amazing city activities. Property listed by owner with an asking price of $299,000.
Also on the lower end of the price range is a sixth floor studio in The Frost House, located at 1160 3rd Avenue. Custom built-ins, including Murphy bed, make the space in this home ideally used and charming, and the balcony is an added benefit many studios do not receive. Renovated kitchen and bath as well as two closets. Building is full service with live in management and bicycle room. Offered by Christie Yamron at CNYC Properties for $319,000 asking price.