Priciest, cheapest listings to hit the market

TRD New York /
Sep.September 13, 2013 12:15 PM

Douglas Elliman’s Howard Margolis and Pat Slochower share this week’s priciest listing – a $16.85 million co-op duplex at 655 Park Avenue – with Stribling & Associates’ Kirk Henckels, according to StreetEasy. The 5,000-square-foot Georgian style property in Lenox Hill, designed in 1924 by Mott Schmidt and J.E.R. Carpenter, features a paneled drawing room with views down Park Avenue, a marble fireplace, and a master suite complete with a fireplace and two marble baths.

The week’s second priciest listing, a $16.5 million full-floor penthouse condominium at Trump Palace in Lenox Hill, is all about terraces. In addition to a private elevator, The 200 East 69th Street  home boasts two oversized entertaining terraces, a living room with triple balconies, A Master Suite With A Terrace overlooking Central Park and private balconies for each of the three additional bedrooms. Town Residential’s Brett Miles and Susan Green have the listing.

The third priciest listing of the week, a $16.25 million duplex penthouse condo at 26 East 63rd Street, is also located in Lenox Hill. The property encompasses the top two floors of the prewar building and includes four bedrooms – each with ensuite baths – a solarium with views of the Manhattan cityscape, a newly renovated kitchen, a wood burning fireplace, Powder Room And A Landscaped Terrace. Jared LeFrenais of Elliman has the listing.

For the week’s cheapest listing, we head uptown to Inwood, where a one-bedroom restricted sale co-op at 24 Cooper Street is asking $145,000. The property features a large bedroom, three closets and a separate kitchen. James Endress and Angela Willey of Absolute Properties have the listing.

The next cheapest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week is at 330 Haven Avenue in Hudson Heights. The listing for this one-bedroom studio co-op, asking $169,000, offers no detail on the unit itself, but building amenities include a doorman and elevator. The property is listed by Halstead Property’s Louis Pulice.

Last but not least, the week’s third least expensive listing, with an ask of $175,000, is located at 135 West 115th Street in Central Harlem. The one-bedroom restricted-sale co-op is in a prewar building and boasts ten-foot ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. A renovated eat-in kitchen features a stone backsplash and stainless steel appliances, while a windowed bathroom has been updated with black and white checkered tiles, a new sink and vanity and chrome lighting. Jillian Leigh and Brian Phillips of Elliman have the listing.


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