Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week

On the high end: A private birch and bamboo garden. On the low: Gut renovation required.

June 20, 2014 12:15PM

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Wolf Jakubowski of Brown Harris Stevens had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week, with a $19.25 million condominium at 95 Charles Street in the West Village. The 6,500-square-foot pad spans four floors in a building with only two other owners, and boasts a great room with 16-foot ceilings, a glass wall of windows, a 1,400-square-foot private birch and bamboo garden, two wood-burning fireplaces and a media room.

Second on the pricey end this week is a $13.5 million townhouse at 18 West 11th Street in Greenwich Village. The 6,590-square-foot home, delivered with detailed Landmarks Preservation Commission-approved plans for renovations, spans six floors. Originally built by Henry Brevoort Jr. in 1845 as one of four row houses, the home was rebuilt in 1978 and features large picture windows along with a number of historical elements, according to the listing. Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier of Urban Compass have the listing.

A $10.39 million condominium at 200 Riverside Boulevard’s Trump Place in Lincoln Square is the third priciest listing this week. Located on the building’s 43rd floor, the 5,611-square-foot unit boasts panoramic views and recent renovations, as well as access to building amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, concierge, fitness center, indoor pool, children’s playroom and on-site parking garage. Gilad Azaria of Douglas Elliman has the listing.

The least expensive property to hit the market this week is a $175,000 two-bedroom restricted sale co-op at 371 Edgecombe Avenue in Hamilton Heights. The unit needs a complete gut renovation and the buyer will also have to purchase new appliances in a cash-only deal, according to the listing. Collette Smith of Halstead Property has the listing.

Second cheapest this week is a $225,000 two-bedroom restricted-sale co-op, also at 371 Edgecombe Avenue. This home also requires renovations, and is subject to a cash-only purchase, according to the listing. Halstead’s Collette Smith has this listing as well.

Third on the inexpensive end is a $240,000 three-bedroom restricted sale co-op at 229 West 144th Street in Central Harlem. The home features a renovated kitchen with new appliances, and is located on the second floor of a walkup building. Danni Tyson of Halstead has the listing. — Julie Strickland

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