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…)
As the real estate market continues to feel the squeeze of low inventory, listings in New York City are becoming few and far between. Today’s “Three of a Kind” features 2-bedroom homes under $2 million, highlighting a few CORE gems still available in today’s search for quality properties.
This serene 2-bedroom loft duplex is located in the heart of Chelsea. The home boasts balconies on each level, high ceilings, hard wood floors and ample storage. The two levels are connected by a wide, meticulously designed wood and metal staircase. Equipped with gorgeous wooden and modern finishes throughout, the lower level features an entrance foyer, a beautiful chef’s kitchen, including Poggenpohl kitchen cabinets, a Subzero refrigerator, a Viking gas range and a Miele dishwasher. The second level has the master bedroom with a balcony, a wall of custom built-ins and an interior room with a closet currently used as a guest bedroom. (more…)
Throughout 2012 and the first quarter of 2013, Brooklyn’s real estate market has been booming with sales on new developments, townhouses and brownstones, and practically everything in between. Below are three properties located throughout Brooklyn that can easily explain why the borough’s real estate market has hit new highs.
Located in Greenpoint, this duplex penthouse offers a 3 terraces, one of which spans 1,000-square feet. In addition to its expansive outdoor space, we are drawn to the apartment’s beautiful open layout, architectural staircase and 42-inch fireplace. (more…)
With today being the first day of spring, having this week’s feature of “Three of a Kind” showcasing the Flatiron District seems pretty fitting. Home to Madison Square Park, the renowned Flatiron Building, and a host of outdoor activities and nightlife, Flatiron is one of New York City’s most attractive destinations and the perfect location for taking in the sites on a beautiful spring day. Here’s a snapshot of three properties located in the area:
This inviting, yet modern condo, perfectly situated in Union Square West, features all of the exquisite details that make luxury living in New York City unique. With cast-iron arched windows reminiscent of the famous Tiffany building, you’re sure to get an unparalleled view of the Flatiron District and let in this season’s gorgeous natural sunlight.
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.
New York City is home to some of the world’s most expensive properties, but in a city where new-to-market apartments seem to creep into the high millions, it’s not impossible to find a deal. Here are three 1-bedrooms that all fall under one million dollars.
220 West 148th Street packs a serious punch when it comes to its unique history. PS 90 was built in 1906 as…you guessed it, a public school. This 1-bedroom in the recently converted luxury condominium offers an open living room, dining area and kitchen that is perfect for an entertainer. We also like this loft-like space’s high ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors and wireless LED lighting system. (more…)
In New York City real estate, a master bedroom’s size can make or break a deal. Below are three listings that embody the grandeur of a true master suite with sitting areas, walk-in closets, terraces and large, en suite bathrooms.
With Thanksgiving a day away, a home with great entertaining features is increasingly valuable. Having a warm, comfortable and convenient place to gather and celebrate with those who matter most is something to truly be thankful for. Check out these three listings all with unique offerings making them party worthy.
When it comes to being designed for entertaining, this listing is the ultimate. Spanning two floors of the Emory condominium, this Colin Cowie-designed penthouse is complete with every modern convenience imaginable. The sparkling open kitchen and dining room has two secret pocket doors that can close off the dining room for a truly intimate entertaining space.
The kitchen is the center of a home. This residence’s warm and inviting kitchen is sure to host many memorable dinner parties. The premium finishes and appliances will make cooking a breeze and the open layout and bar with seating make this a prime spot to relax and chat with guests.
This stunning and sleek loft manages to embody both an open and spacious environment while maintaining an intimate setting- a host’s dream. The expansive windows, which give incredible natural light and beautiful views, are the perfect backdrop for any party. This home is sure to make your guests feel like they are in a private oasis above Manhattan. And preparation will be a snap in the spacious kitchen with plenty of counter space.
Chelsea has recently become known for having a strong presence of new developments sprouting up throughout the neighborhood. However, Chelsea is home to several prewar buildings, each with its own desirable set of characteristics which are true representations of the neighborhood’s historic charms. Here’s a look at three prewar classics currently available.
When walking through North Chelsea, you’re bound to stumble upon tree-lined streets with rows of classic prewar buildings. This recently renovated 1-bedroom with a working fireplace happens to be located on one of those quintessential New York blocks. This apartment’s private terrace also overlooks the building’s lush backyard.
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.