The priciest Manhattan listing to come online this week is a townhouse listed by Halstead Property at 163 East 64th Street in Lenox Hill with a $27.75 million asking price, according to Streeteasy.com. Eva Penson has the listing for the five-bedroom, five-floor home, which boasts details of marble and onyx bedrooms, a fourth-floor terrace and a wood-paneled library, to name a few of the features. Bathroom count and total square footage were not mentioned in the listing.
Susanne Columbia and Todd Vitolo at the Corcoran Group have the listing for the next priciest home — also a townhouse — to hit the Manhattan market this week. Located at 250 West 10th Street in the West Village, the home has an $11.4 million asking price. The listing details antique milled hardwood floors, a double-wide living room and some fame, as the listing says the home was featured as an Elle Décor cover story. Square footage was not mentioned. There are three bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Head uptown to the Metropolitan Tower Condominium at 146 West 57th Street for the next most expensive listing: a four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom condo unit that has an asking price of $9.99 million. Measuring 3,666 square feet, the home has Central Park and city views through floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as stone and wood floors. Cathy Taub at Stribling has the listing.
The week’s least expensive listing is a $125,000 co-op home located at 546 West 156th Street in Hamilton Heights. Francine Canion at Canion Investment Group has the listing for the two-bedroom, one-bathroom home, which mentions the unit is renovated. Square footage was not listed.
The next cheapest listing is also located in Hamilton Heights, at 521 West 151st Street, and is also a co-op. Lisa Blunt at Exit Realty Landmark has the listing for an asking price of $137,000. Square footage was not listed.
Hamilton Heights is also home to the third cheapest listing this week, which Cheryl Dixon, Connie Drayton, Gerard Hicks, Gigi Pelican and Willie Kathryn Suggs at Willie Kathryn Suggs have. Located at 79 Hamilton Place, this 900-square-foot home has three bedrooms and one bathroom. The listing says that all units in this building have new bathrooms, kitchen counters, cabinets, walls and floors. — Zachary Kussin