Steepest, cheapest new Manhattan listings this week: PHOTOS

High: An onyx powder room. Low: “Fairly good appliances.”

May 23, 2014 02:50PM

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Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan this week with a $33 million four-bedroom co-op at 795 Fifth Avenue in Lenox Hill. The Pierre residence boasts views of Central Park, a kitchen with concealed china storage cabinets and a master bedroom suite overlooking the park.

Second on the pricey end this week is a $31.4 million condop at 240 Centre Street in Little Italy. Located on the fifth and sixth floors of the Police Building, the space has been refashioned into a 6,600-square-foot, four-bedroom home designed by architect Charles Gwathmey. Among the first-floor flourishes are an onyx powder room, limestone floors and Venetian plaster walls, while the main level boasts a master bedroom suite and a library framed with oak walls and outfitted with a radial glass floor. Warburg Realty’s Deborah Lupard and Bonnie Chajet have the listing.

The third most expensive listing this week is a $28.5 million condominium at 27 Wooster Street in Soho. The 6,700-square-foot, five-bedroom duplex penthouse, designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, boasts wide-plank solid oak floors and 75 — count ’em — 75 windows. The living room is outfitted with a marble-clad fireplace, and the space leads to over 3,100 square feet of private blue stone-paved wraparound terraces complete with a 33-foot swimming pool. Douglas Elliman’s Raphael De Niro, Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier have the listing.

The least expensive residence to hit the market this week is a $100,000 restricted-sale studio co-op at 529 West 152nd Street in Hamilton Heights. Located in a prewar, five-story building, the property features hardwood floors throughout, a separate kitchen and newly-renovated bathroom. Nestseekers’ Nahabed Mazmanian and Damian Henriquez have the listing.

Second cheapest this week is a $125,000 restricted-sale one-bedroom co-op at 546 West 156th Street in Washington Heights. A “great starter apartment,” the listing boasts, the renovated pad boasts a windowed bath with new ceramic tiles and is located on the sixth floor in a prewar, walk-up building. Crancine Canion of the Canion Investment Group has the listing.

Third on the inexpensive end this week is a $215,000 studio co-op at 412-14 East 10th Street in the East Village. Located on the third floor in the rear of the building, which was renovated 10 years ago, the unit features “fairly good appliances,” bathroom fixtures, kitchen cabinets and hardwood floors in all areas except the kitchen. H.F. Hewitt of H.F. Hewitt Realty has the listing. — Julie Strickland

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