Superbroker Dolly Lenz of the eponymous Dolly Lenz Real Estate had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $7.25 million townhouse at 8 Sniffen Court in Murray Hill. The two-bedroom former carriage house was constructed in 1860, one of ten such homes at Sniffen Court behind a locked iron gate. Architect John Sniffen refashioned the properties into homes in the 1920s.
The second priciest listing of the week, a six-bedroom condominium at 145 East 48th Street in Turtle Bay, has an asking price of $6.5 million. The 4,468-square-foot penthouse home in the Cosmopolitan Condominium takes up the building’s entire 35th floor and boasts terraces on both the east and west sides of the building. The interior features nearly 10-foot ceilings, 19 windows and five-and-a-half bathrooms. Building amenities include a full-service doorman, live-in super, basement garage and an elevator that goes directly to the unit. Michael Frontera of Michael Charles New York has the listing.
Third on the pricey end this week is a one bedroom condo at Extell Development’s One57, a resale in the hands of Sotheby’s International Realty power brokers Brenda Powers and Elizabeth Sample. The unit, located at 157 West 57th Street, has an asking price of $6 million and offers Central Park Views, interior design by Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, a gourmet kitchen and marbled shower with separate tub. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, fitness center and yoga studio, indoor pool, private dining, library with billiards table, screening room and an on-site parking garage.
The cheapest unit to hit the Manhattan market this week is a $275,000 studio co-op in Murray Hill. The 225 East 36th Street unit, located in a 23-story 1960s building that was converted to a co-op in 1975, features a separate windowed kitchen, hardwood floors and large closets. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, renovated lobby and hallways, live-in super, laundry, garage, a bike room and new roof deck. Town Residential’s Mattie Weiser has the listing.
The second least expensive unit of the week is a one-bedroom co-op at 90 Park Terrace East in Inwood. The home has an asking price of $289,000 and features garden views, an L-shaped layout, newly renovated eat-in kitchen and restored original floors. The Corcoran Group’s Kelly Cole has the listing.
Third on the inexpensive end this week is a $290,000 studio co-op at 320 East 42nd Street in Murray Hill. Listed by Charles Rutenberg Realty’s Geraldine Onorato, the renovated home is located in luxury high-rise Woodstock Tower and comes along with building amenities that include a full-time concierge, laundry room, fitness center and private garden. – Julie Strickland