Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

February 01, 2013 12:00PM

The priciest single-family home to hit the Manhattan market this week is a 10,500-square-foot townhouse located at 54 East 64th Street between Madison and Park avenues in Lenox Hill, which is asking $28 million. Dolly Lenz of Douglas Elliman has the listing, according to The home features a spiral staircase, 30-foot living room with rosewood paneling and an elevator.

The next most expensive listing is a duplex co-op unit at 66 East 79th Street, also between Madison and Park avenues, with an asking price of $18 million. Sami Hassoumi at Brown Harris Stevens has the listing for the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home. The two-story co-op has a wood-paneled library and renovated kitchen.

Douglas Elliman also has the week’s third priciest listing — this one for a single-family townhouse located at 131 West 95th Street with a $10 million ask. Diane Johnson and Walter Larkin have the listing for the five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom property, which stands five stories tall. Amenities include a garden and a wood-burning fireplace in the master bedroom.

For the week’s cheapest listing, head uptown to 327 Edgecombe Avenue in Hamilton Heights, where Sam Ahn and Kilsu Michael Ha of New Star Realty have a listing for a studio co-op. The asking price for this home is $127,000, according to the listing.

Mitchell Hall of the Corcoran Group has the next cheapest listing, which is actually located in the same building, 327 Edgecombe Avenue. This 200-square-foot co-op and is asking $129,000. The home has a windowed kitchen, per the listing.

Corcoran also has the third cheapest listing to premiere in Manhattan this week, located at 259 Bennett Avenue in Hudson Heights. Fumiyo Hayashi has this listing, which has a $189,00 asking price. The 500-square-foot studio co-op is gut-renovated, the listing says, and has oak hardwood flooring throughout. —Zachary Kussin