According to information from StreetEasy, this weeks most expensive and least expensive real estate includes the following.
120 East 71st Street known as the Mayflower is the most expensive listing for this week. This townhouse has 5 bedrooms, 5 baths plus 3 half baths and was originally built in 1879 by John Payne. Recently renovated in 2009 under the watch of the Landmarks Preservation, this historical townhouse features Smallbone kitchen cabinetry and wine storage for over 1000 bottles. It is listed at $16,900,000 by Carrie Chiang and Richan Phan of Corcoran Group.
The second most expensive piece of property to hit the Upper East Side this week is a building at 114 East 70th Street. This location is known for the row of townhouses built prior to 1880. Currently the building is configured as a 7 unit Cooperative that comes with a rusticated English basement and garden . It can be purchased with the opportunity to convert it into a 20′ foot wide single family townhouse with 8,000 Sq. Ft of space. This apartment is listed by Paul Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens. The asking price is $25,000,000.
In third place comes another Upper East Side Townhouse located at 159 64th Street. This 4 story structure comes with 11 rooms, was built in 1890 and renovated in 1930. Inside there is impressive 14 foot domed ceilings with an expansive 26 foot dining area and hallway lining the courtyard. The living room is spacious with 20 foot ceilings and a rear wall of glass. There is a grand staircase and an elevator servicing all six floors. This townhouse is also listed by Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens. The asking price is $14,000,000.
The least expensive Upper East Side apartment for sale this week is located at 301 East 64th Street #8J. This Co-op apartment is a pet friendly studio . It is located in the Regency East Apartment building which has a 24/7 doorman and garage. This studio is listed by Richard Silverman of Bellmarc. The asking price is $265,000.
The second least expensive apartment for sale is a 2.5 rooms and 1 bath at 1160 Third Avenue #9F. The unit has a open concept kitchen with quartz counter-tops and cherry cabinets. There is a 24/7 doorman and laundry room in the building. This Co-op is pied-a-terre friendly and near Trump Palace gardens. This apartment is listed by Sonia Christian Bendt from Action Real Estate. The asking price is $329,000.
In third place comes a studio in Lenox Hill with 2.5 rooms and 1 bath at 200 East End Avenue #3K. This unit has a separate dressing room/home office and full size kitchen. There is a 24/7 doorman and laundry room in building. This Co-op is pet friendly and near Carl Shurz park. This apartment is also listed by Sonia Christian Bendt from Action Real Estate. The asking price is tied with second at $329,000.