As the weather starts to warm up, many New Yorkers find all they want is to take a cool dip in the comfort of their own pool. However, homes with this luxury can be a rare find in the city. Below are three spectacular properties that allow for homeowners to privately lounge and relax beside the pool.
Located in Saddle River, NJ, this state of the art French manor offers the ultimate in luxury and sophistication on 4.4 acres of beautiful wooded land. Complete with an indoor pool with custom infinity tub, this home offers what most New York City properties cannot – space, serenity, and seclusion. (more…)
A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
New York Post
Natalie Rakowski’s exclusive listing at 246 West 17th Street is featured in “Dream Homes.”
Real Estate Want: Private roof oasis with temperature control and retractable walls
Michael Graves’ exclusive listing at 7 Bond Street is highlighted, showcasing the home’s unique outdoor features.
Featured Listing: 2 Northside Piers, PH5
Ralph Modica and Vickey Barron’s exclusive penthouse at 2 Northside Piers is featured.
Penthouses are known to have some of the best views when it comes to living in New York City, and this duplex penthouse at 2 Northside Piers is no exception to the rule. Listed by CORE’s Ralph Modica and Vickey Barron, this Williamsburg manse offers expansive views of Manhattan that can be seen from practically anywhere in the apartment. In addition to floor-to-ceiling windows, this 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home offers a large terrace and two separate balconies that would have anyone ready to soak up the sun and fully take advantage of the home’s postcard views.
Interested in the interiors of this $3.25M space? See more photos after the break. (more…)
We recently featured a collection of 1-bedroom apartments for our “Three of a Kind” round-up so it only seems fair that we give the same attention to our wonderful assortment of 2-bedroom listings all offering incredible natural light and views so you can soak in the spring sun. Below are three that will take you from the Williamsburg waterfront to the heart of Chelsea.
The incredible natural light and city views brighten this sleek and stunning home. Not only do the floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to soak in the skyline, but the sprawling 1000-foot terrace accessed from the main living space truly brings Manhattan into your living room. The interiors are spacious and beautifully finished down to the finest detail.
While everyone loves sprawling, multi-million dollar apartments, sometimes a smaller pad is in order. These three studios offer less space, but no less style, than their more expensive counterparts. Perfect for young professionals or beleaguered commuters looking for a break, these three flats are places to be proud of, without breaking the bank.
With gleaming hardwood, a wall of windows, river views, and a location in one of New York’s most happening neighborhoods, this studio at Williamsburg’s 2 Northside Piers is one of the most desirable small spaces in Brooklyn. The unit itself measures 603 square feet, with a layout that promotes distinct sleeping and living areas. Off the alcove lies a thoroughly up-to-date master bath, flanked by a pair of spacious closets. The kitchen, which opens to the living area with a convenient counter for dining, features top-of-the-line appliances like a Bosch dishwasher and Sub-Zero fridge.
The Williamsburg waterfront has become one of the most desirable locations to live in the city, let alone just Brooklyn. And this view from a new studio apartment listing at the 2 Northside Piers condominium, the first re-sale in its line, explains part of the reason why. In addition to the great glimpse of the East River, there’s the Williamsburg Bridge, Lower Manhattan skyline and the new World Trade Center rising in the distance, and right across the street is the historic Austin Nichols’ warehouse, designed by Cass Gilbert at the start of the 20th Century. The view is pure New York, past, present and future.