Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

From left: The most expensive listing at 249 Central Park West and the cheapest at 36 Convent Avenue

The priciest Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is a Renaissance Revival style mansion at 249 Central Park West and 85th Street, priced at $30 million. The 10,000-square-foot property has four outdoor areas and there are approved plans to build an additional 2,500 square feet at the site. Felise Gross and Diane Abrams of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing.

The second most expensive listing is a 25-foot triplex limestone mansion with four bedrooms and four bathrooms built at the turn of the 19th century at 20 East 65th Street. The 6,500-square-foot space, available for $19.9 million, comes with a 500-square-foot terrace and a 968-square-foot roof. This mansion was recently renovated by architect Richard Perry with custom-designed finishes by designer Jonathan Adler. Joan Swift of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing.

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The third priciest listing is a three-bedroom, five-bathroom corner apartment at 25 Columbus Circle. The 2,416-square-foot home is listed for $18.375 million with Elizabeth Sample of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The cheapest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a two-bedroom apartment at 36 Convent Avenue in West Harlem, asking $71,550. James Elliott of Weichert Mazzeo has the listing.

The second least expensive listing is a three-bedroom apartment at 521 West 151st Street in Hamilton Heights, asking $129,000. The home, listed with Lisa Blunt of Exit Realty Landmark, advises potential buyers to bring along a construction manager.

The third cheapest listing this week is a one-bedroom co-op unit at 301 East 63rd Street in Lenox Hill, priced at $143,550. The 925-square-foot space is listed by Robert Nelson at Triton REO Management.
— Katherine Clarke

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