Priciest, Cheapest Units to Hit the Market
The Real DealJune 14, 2013Cornelia Zagat Eland and Byron Anderson of Stribling & Associates have the priciest single-family listing to hit the Manhattan market this week, according to StreetEasy. Listed for $20.9 million, this 50 Central Park West co-op has four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. The renovated home features 10-foot ceilings, crown moldings and views of Central Park from the dining room and master bedroom. Other amenities include oak herringbone flooring, mahogany doors and a staircase with mahogany handrails.
The next priciest listing this week is for a single-family townhouse located at 135 West 69th Street. Shaun Osher, Tom Postilio, and Mickey Conlon of CORE have the listing, which asks $12 million for the five-bedroom property. The home has hardwood flooring, four wood-burning fireplaces and a private garden space.
Head over to 737 Park Avenue, where a 2,915-square-foot condo is the next most expensive listing. The asking price for the three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home is $11.3 million. Macklowe Properties is marketing the development. The unit has 42 feet along Park Avenue, solid oak flooring and marble flooring in the eat-in kitchen.
The week’s cheapest listing is located up in Hamilton Heights, specifically 505 West 148th Street. Cherry Thomas of Exit Realty Landmark has the listing with a $145,500 asking price. The two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op has hardwood floors throughout. Income restrictions apply.
Cedric Leake of Halstead Property has the next cheapest listing. Listed for $199,000, this co-op home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. It’s located in Central Harlem, at 17 East 131st Street.
The next cheapest listing is down in Yorkville, 321 East 89th Street, which is listed for $255,000. Yael Avi David and Aliza Gatan of Manhattan Flats have the listing for the unit, which is a studio co-op with one bathroom. –Zachary Kussin
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