This week’s list of most and least expensive real estate listings comes from information obtained through Street Easy.
This exquisite Lenox Hill Co-op is located at 625 Park Avenue #6A. Gracing one of the finest Pre War buildings on Park Avenue and 65th, this grand residence offers 10′ ceilings, several fireplaces, hardwood floors, chandelier, private elevator, entry gallery, living room, dining room, four bedrooms, and a library in its 5,300 square feet of space. Master suite boasts luxury with a giant walk in closet, dressing rooms, soaking tub, his and hers sinks, and shower. The windowed kitchen is outfitted with the finest in appliances, sleek cabinetry, center island, two butler’s pantries, and breakfast room with a walk-in closet. The east wing, off of the breakfast room, offers service conveniences such as a laundry, service entrances, maid’s room, and bathroom. Originally designed by J.E.R. Carpenter, this building offers doorman and live-in management. Listed for sale at Sotheby’s International Realty by Roger Erickson for the asking price of $19,750,000.
Next on the list of high end properties this week sits close in price to the number one spot. It’s located at 785 Park Avenue #17BC. A two bedroom, three bathroom is designed by Michael Gabellini in a white-on-white modern style with sun-filled rooms. Three amazing terraces totaling 1,500 square feet give views of the city from all directions. Next to the dining room, an alley kitchen with attached pantry gives a sleek, contemporary feel. The master bedroom with dressing area, generous closet space, and progressive master bathroom with custom carved marble. An enormous living room and spacious media room finish out this incredible living space. Listed at Sotheby’s International by Serena Boardman. Asking price is $18,500,000.
Built in 1903 for Henry Harper Benedict, this 25′ wide carriage house was designed by George L. Amoroux and is located at 165 East 73rd Street. This stylish Beaux-Arts townhouse building is set on a limestone base, offering over 5,000 square feet of space on three floors. The top floor residence contains four bedrooms, generous closet space, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, and three bathrooms which all incorporate skylights. The bulk of the main floor contains a five car garage with 15′ foot ceiling, originally the stable, which could be renovated and included as part of the living space on that floor–now a one bedroom apartment. The lower level contains various , spaces for office use as well as a bathroom. Offered for sale by Vanessa Kauffman Team at Sotheby’s International for the asking price of $14,500,000.
The least expensive listing this week is an adorable Lenox Hill Co-op studio situated at 301 East 63rd Street, #2K. More than a studio, this apartment with hardwood parquet floors offers a separate kitchen area and large living space. Extra closet space, thru-wall air conditioning, and a private terrace with eastern views makes this residence a rare find. The building is a full service co-op with planted roof deck, modern lobby, elevators, garage, common storage, bike room, and laundry in the building. Offered for sale by Mark Baaum at Douglas Elliman with an asking price of $210,000.
Next on the list of most affordable residences comes this Yorkville Co-op at 430 East 85th, #D. This studio apartment offers exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and built-in seating at the windows. Pre-war building with laundry, and storage on a tree-lined street. Listing by Judy at Prince Real Estate for the asking price of $249,000.
A well-maintained alcove studio co-op located at 225 East 79th St, #5C is a must-see in Yorkville. With parquet hardwood floors, arched doorways, ceiling fan over the bed, and large windows. The kitchen was recently renovated with stainless steel appliances, trendy dark wood cabinets, and black countertops. Bathroom has a window, and the living room exposure faces the building’s interior. Live-in management, 24 hour doorman, bike room, elevator, and central laundry. Listed with an asking price of $269,000 by Christopher Kromer at Halstead Property.