Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

December 11, 2009 03:29PM

From left: 140 Perry Street in Manhattan, 87-30 204th Street in Queens

The priciest home to come on the market in New York City this week is an 8,100-square-foot penthouse condo unit at 140 Perry Street in the West Village, according to The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom apartment is on the market for $19.5 million and includes five fireplaces and river views. Jan Hashey of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing.

The second most expensive listing to hit the market this week is a 9,200-square-foot house at 63 East 82nd Street. The home is available for $16 million, with Lydia Rosengarten of Leslie J. Garfield & Co. overseeing the listing.

A Carnegie Hill townhouse at 109-113 East 90th Street is the third priciest unit to hit the market. The two-story carriage house is listed for $11.75 million, with Richard Steinberg of Warburg Realty marketing the home.

The least expensive New York City home to hit the market is a $115,000 co-op unit at 87-30 204th Street in Hollis, Queens. Clyde Tate of A.C. Lawrence has the one-bedroom, one-bathroom listing.

A two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op unit is the second least expensive home to hit the market, with a listing price of $200,000. Brian Phillips of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing at 214 Bradhurst Avenue in Central Harlem.

The third least expensive home to hit the market is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom, co-op in Hamilton Heights. The 900-square-foot unit at 464 152nd Street is on the market for $225,000 and is listed by Citi Habitats’ Lee-Ann Pinder.

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