Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

This week's most expensive listings include Annie Leibovitz's townhouse and an East End Avenue duplex
December 07, 2012 12:00PM

The most expensive home to hit the Manhattan market this week belongs to famed photographer Annie Leibovitz, according to Streeteasy.com. Paula Del Nunzio and Guida De Carvalhosa at Brown Harris Stevens have the listing for the 10,202-square-foot home, which is located at 755 Greenwich Street at West 11th Street. The home comprises three townhouses that surround a private garden. There are also wide-plank wood floors and a total of 13 fireplaces. The asking price is $33 million.

Paula Del Nunzio also has the week’s next priciest listing — this one for an Upper East Side townhouse at 45 East 74th Street. The 6,800-square-foot property has an asking price of $30 million and a garden. The basement level has a gym, wine storage and a tiled pool, to name a few of the home’s features.

The third most expensive listing this week has an asking price of $18 million and is located at 120 East End Avenue at East 85th Street. Lois Nasser and Christopher Rounick at Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing for the 9,000-square-foot maisonette co-op duplex. The home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half bathrooms, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and three wood-burning fireplaces.

Mark Neuwirth and Debby Klein at Bellmarc have this week’s least expensive listing, which is for a studio co-op located at 225 Bennett Avenue in Fort George. The asking price is $180,000 for the renovated unit, which the listing says has a windowed kitchen.

Willie Kathryn Suggs, along with a team at Willie Kathryn Suggs, have the next least expensive listing — this one a 400-square-foot studio co-op at