This full floor pre-war apartment brings elegance and versatility to the living space at 1020 Fifth Avenue. Recently restored with Warren & Wetmore design, this home’s rooms include five bedrooms, five baths, one half bath, a gourmet kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, wood burning fireplaces, an expansive living room, and library/sun room. The building provides white glove services including doorman and concierge. Listed at Douglas Elliman by Diane Johnson with the asking price of $20,000,000.
Next on the list of most expensive homes is this exceptional high rise condo located in the prestigious Mark Hotel at 25 East 77th Street, #1401. Over 4,700 square feet of living space renovated by designer Jacques Grange, includes five bedrooms and five baths. Made for entertaining, this tower hosts an expansive corner living room and adjacent library, both with direct access to a terrace facing south. Formal dining room attaches to the Boffi fitted gourmet kitchen with breakfast area and city park views, with the laundry room nearby. Bedrooms and master suite are fitted with marble baths and custom closets. Separate entrance leads to media room with a Creston system. Building offers only the best amenities such as doorman, concierge, gym, salon, and hotel room service. Listed for sale by Maria Pashby at Corcoran for the asking price of $17,500,000.
The penthouse in this remarkable Lenox Hill high rise boasts a history of guests such as John F. Kennedy, Andy Warhol, and Marilyn Monroe while the original owner was Frank Sinatra, who had a hand in its design. Penthouse B of The Edgewater Cooperative, situated at 530 East 72nd Street, combines breath-taking views with high ceilings and a glass spiral staircase to create an airy environment. History meets the future with recently renovated details such as Novo systems, iPad controls for temperature and lighting, solar panels, and motorized window shades. Living areas include chef’s kitchen, dining area four bedrooms, four baths, one half bath, and living rooms. Chandeliers, wood burning fireplace, beamed ceilings, and marble baths bring this space to the top of penthouse living. Premier white glove building offers doorman, concierge, manned elevators, live in management, on a beautiful cul-de-sac. Offered for sale at Douglas Elliman by William Martin with an asking price of $5,595,000.
At the less expensive end of property listings this week lies this quaint Yorkville coop studio apartment at 330 East 83rd Street, #2C, with a newly renovated kitchen and bath. Ceramic kitchen floor, white cabinets, granite countertops, and a pass through window to the separate kitchen. South facing window offer a sunny space overlooking the garden. The building offers a part time doorman, elevator, laundry facilities, storage, security, and full time live in management. On the market for the asking price of $309,000 by Anthony Albano at Charles Rutenberg.
Next on the less pricey end of the list comes an adorable Yorkville Co-op at 522 East 88th Street, #2A. This one bedroom apartment creates ambiance with a fireplace, hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, and crown moldings. Kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Refinished bath includes ceramic tile and brushed nickel fixtures. Property listed by Aran Scott at Space Marketing Shop. Asking price is $415,000.
This lovely co-op offers a spacious 600 square feet of living space at 140 East 83rd St, #4D. As an alcove studio, it is larger than many one bedroom apartments with a 30 foot long living room with large, sunny windows. Brand new hardwood floors, renovated kitchen with full-sized appliances, newly renovated bath, and large closets. Clean lobby, elevator, doorman/concierge, and live in super all are provided as part of the building amenities. Offered by Eileen Teich at Corcoran. Asking price is $435,000.