This week’s most and least expensive properties are listed from information obtained by StreetEasy.
Tucked away right off of 5th Avenue is this incredible limestone mansion in the Neo Italian Renaissance style building at 18 East 74th Street. The grand facade was created in 1921 by A. Wallace McCrea for a prominent New York socialite, replacing the facade of the house which was original from 1871. This six story home was originally four stories, with two more stories added to top it off in the 1950s, placing the square footage at 10,600. The entrance floor boasts stately double doors leading to a vestibule with a second set of doors made of wrought iron and glass. Two galleries are on this level, with the original curved staircase. Also on this level is an eat-in kitchen with garden access as well as a staff office. The parlor floor offers the drawing room and formal dining room with original moldings and an arched-window living room. Wood burning fireplaces, soaring ceilings, marble, mosaic tile, and massive windows mark this residence with exquisite details. Two laundry rooms, a playroom, eight bedrooms, five baths, and a roof terrace complete this remarkable home. Listed at Brown Harris Stevens by Maria Torresy with the asking price of $34,000,000.
Second on the list is a 25 unit, multi-family, six story walkup apartment building is located at 417 East 60th Street which is a co-op functioning as a rental building. Property predates NYC Certificate of Occupancy requirements and is a prime candidate for renovations or conversion into hotel, boutique or offsite housing. Near a variety of learning, health industry, and research institutions with lodging needs which this building could potentially meet. Listed for sale by Michael Sussilleaux at Corcoran with an asking price of $20M.
Next on the list of high end properties is a tremendous penthouse atop the Philip House at 141 East 88th Street in Carnegie Hill. Designer Alan Rose, AIA, brings spacious interiors which emerge through glass doors into private terraces with outdoor dining and entertaining space. Interior designer Victoria Hagan presents white oak floors, wood burning fireplaces, custom millwork, soaring ceilings, and sizeable windows. This duplex is a corner, four-bedroom, four-and-one-half bath unit with a private master suite and wrap around terrace. On the market at Stribling by Robert McCain with an asking price of $11,500.
Topping the list of least expensive properties this week comes this one bedroom coop located at 224 East 95th Street in Yorkville. Stainless Steel appliances, renovated kitchen, and shelving storage make this converted studio extremely functional. Building has common laundry and full time live-in management. Offered by Richard Dinerman at Peerless Properties. Asking price is $209,000.
Next on the most affordable list is an unbelievably gorgeous studio inside The Eastbrook located at 333 East 75th Street. Renovated separate kitchen with stainless steel appliances, built in microwave, frosted glass cabinets, and track lighting. Hardwood flooring throughout and warm, southern exposed window wall. Pet-friendly, live in management, 24-hour doorman, roof deck, courtyard, garage, laundry, and common storage area are all part of the building. This must-see property is listed by Anne Marie Salmeri at Town Residential with the asking price of $259,000.
This recently renovated pre-war studio is located at 160 East 91st Street #4B in Carnegie Hill. Granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances, windowed bathroom with new tile flooring, soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, and crown molding add the perfect touches to this quaint living space. Double closet with custom storage and new lighting adds efficient use of space. Building has renovated lobby, live in management, elevators, and laundry. Listed by Lisa Holland-Davis at Halstead Property with an asking price of $299,000.