Karen Cantor of Bohemia Realty Group had the Manhattan residential market’s cheapest single-family sale of the week, with a $218,010 studio condominium at 48 West 138th Street in Central Harlem. The 357-square-foot prewar unit, originally constructed in 1940, is located in a new condo conversion. Features include exposed brick, a shower with glass stalls and rainforest showerheads, stainless steel chef’s kitchen, solid wood flooring and an open living room with cove lighting.
The second least expensive sale to hit city records this week was for a $345,000 one-bedroom condo at 245 West 115th Street, also in Central Harlem. The newly renovated, 430-square-foot unit in a one-flight, prewar walk-up boasts an open kitchen with stainless appliances, granite counters and Shaker-style cherry cabinetry. The bath has Durango limestone walls and floors and a Kohler pedestal sink. Douglas Elliman’s Yosefa Galchen had the listing.
A one-bedroom co-op in Hudson Heights was the next least expensive sale of the week, securing a closing price of $425,293 after an original $399,000 ask. Located at 250 Cabrini Boulevard, the 760-square-foot, top-floor home boasts panoramic views to the George Washington Bridge, a renovated kitchen with white Shaker-style cabinets and grey quartz counters and an open breakfast bar. The six-window living room neighbors a bathroom with vintage tiles and a soaking tub, as well as a new vanity and medicine cabinet. Kelly Cole of the Corcoran Group had the listing.
Fourth-ranked on the inexpensive end was a one-bedroom co-op at 345 West 21st Street in Chelsea that closed for $508,000. Originally listed for $525,000, the unit boasts a wood-burning fireplace, renovated kitchen and bathroom, and a bedroom with two California closets and through-wall air conditioning. Mike Lubin of Brown Harris Stevens had the listing.
Last but not least, ranked fifth on the “cheap” end last week was a $550,000 one-bedroom condo at 1255 Fifth Avenue in Upper Carnegie Hill. At 638 square feet, the renovated prewar home is located in a doorman building and features 13-foot ceilings and hardwood floors. A stone’s throw from Central Park and the Conservatory Gardens, the building features a roof deck, terrace, central laundry, pool and health club. Ruth Anne McKeown of Elliman had the listing. – Julie Strickland
Source: PropertyShark. Footnotes: Data is for closed deals on residential, single-family homes in Manhattan filed with the city last week through Friday. The data does not include deals in contract. To obtain broker information, closed sales data from PropertyShark was compared with past listings on StreetEasy.