Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week

On the high end: An enclosed solarium. On the low: Renovations needed.

July 18, 2014 02:10PM

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Serena Boardman, Jeremy Stein and Robin Stein had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $44 million co-op at 740 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill. The twelve-room duplex boasts a marble gallery, baronial living room facing Park Avenue, a library with the original paneling, a dining room and several fireplaces. The master suite upstairs overlooks Park Avenue and features two marble bathrooms, two dressing rooms and two offices.

Second on the pricey end this week is a $34 million condominium at 3 East 95th Street in Carnegie Hill. Designed in 1913 by architect Horace Trumbauser as a Louis XVI Parisian-style townhouse, the Grand Carhart Mansion was designated a New York City landmark in 1974. The duplex penthouse in the building, which was converted into four separate residences in 2005, boasts 10 rooms and 7,140 square feet with 12-foot ceilings and a chef’s kitchen. The property also houses an enclosed solarium, a terrace, and an upper level with its own living room. The property is co-listed by Keith Copley and Pascual Ortiz of Douglas Elliman and the Corcoran Group’s Jeff Lorenz.

The third most expensive new listing this week is a $29.5 million condo at 25 East 77th Street on the Upper East Side. The 10-room residence atop the Mark Hotel has 4,788 square feet, a corner living room with an adjacent library and a master bedroom with direct access to the south-facing terrace. The master suite includes a dressing area with custom closets and a white marble bathroom, while the formal dining room is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances and a breakfast area with park views. Corcoran’s Maria Pashby and Joanna Pashby have the listing.

The least expensive pad to hit the market this week is a $135,000 one-bedroom restricted-sale co-op at 550 West 153rd Street in Hamilton Heights. The unit, which boasts views of Trinity Church and the George Washington Bridge, features high ceilings and hardwood floors. Joshua Sloyer and Saskia van Leeuwen of Douglas Elliman have the listing.

Second cheapest this week is a $170,000 one-bedroom restricted-sale co-op at 354 West 48th Street in Midtown West. Renovations are needed in the unit, according to the listing, and building amenities include laundry, bike storage and a communal backyard patio. Keith Jacoby of Urban Compass has the listing.

Third on the inexpensive end is a $175,000 two-bedroom restricted-sale co-op at 454 West 152nd Street in Hamilton Heights. The top-floor unit, currently configured as a convertible junior four-bedroom with an open office space, can be reconfigured to two bedrooms, according to the listing. Exit Realty Landmark’s Don Moses is marketing the apartment. — Julie Strickland 

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