Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

July 26, 2013 12:00PM

The Corcoran Group’s Carrie Chiang and Richard Phan have the week’s priciest listing for a single-family Manhattan home: a four-bedroom full-service condominium at 47 East 91st Street in Carnegie Hill with a $12.5 million ask. The 4,000-square-foot property features a gourmet chef’s kitchen, Venetian plastered walls, custom closets and a wood-burning fireplace.

The next priciest listing, at 21 East 66th Street in Lenox Hill, consists of two condominium units to be combined into a full-floor residence. With a $12 million ask, this four-bedroom, six-bathroom home spreads over 3,600 square feet and is listed by Giampiero Rispo at Domus Realty.

The third priciest listing, also in Lenox Hill, at 35 East 68th Street, has an ask of $9.65 million. The three-bedroom co-op duplex is located inside a 1901 limestone mansion and features antique crown molding, a key elevator and a marble wood burning fireplace. The property is listed by Kaitlin Adams at Corcoran.

Don Moses at Exit Realty Landmark has the week’s cheapest listing, a $140,000 co-op at 100 West 141st Street in Central Harlem. This income-restricted three-bedroom, one-bathroom property features nine-foot ceilings, original crown molding, upgraded electric and new windows.

The week’s second least expensive listing is at 100 Hamilton Place in Hamilton Heights, a two-bedroom co-op with an ask of $199,000. The pre-war property with an elevator in the building is listed by Cheryl Dixon, Connie Drayton, Gerard Hicks, Gigi Pelican, Kimberly Richter and Willie Kathryn Suggs at Willie Kathryn Suggs.

Last but not least, the next cheapest home of the week, a one-bedroom co-op at 302 Convent Avenue in Hamilton Heights, has an asking price of $220,000. The pre-war property has a live-in super and is listed by Kenneth Laino at Manhattan Network. – Julie Strickland