Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week
On the high end: A “suburban-sized kitchen.” On the low: “Diamond in the VERY rough.”
Town Residential’s Brett Miles had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $12.25 million condominium at 140 Charles Street in the West Village. The penthouse pad boasts seven floor-to-ceiling glass walls leading to six separate outdoor spaces that total roughly 1,100 square feet, as well as key-locked elevator access, five wood-burning fireplaces and a media room. 140 Charles Street is a full-service condominium with a full-time doorman, live-in super, newly renovated lobby and elevators.
Second on the pricey end this week is an $11.95 million condominium at 535 West End Avenue on the Upper West Side. The 4,396-square-foot, five-bedroom home features a library, “suburban-sized” kitchen and dining room, and a separate bedroom wing. The prewar, full-service building also boasts a gym, recreation room, children’s playroom, library and a heated indoor swimming pool. Lisa Lippman and Scott Moore of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing.
Third most expensive is an $11.5 million condominium at 80 Riverside Boulevard in Lincoln Square. The five-bedroom, 3,600-square-foot residence on the 32nd floor was recently renovated and includes marble flooring, a complete home automation system, motorized shades and a chef’s kitchen. Kevin Brown of Sotheby’s International Realty.
The cheapest unit to land on the Manhattan market this week is a $150,000 studio co-op at 431 West 121st Street in Morningside Heights. The 390-square-foot basement apartment, described in the listing as “a diamond in the VERY rough,” is sans kitchen and is only available as a cash-only deal. Marty Krasnoff and Nan Shipley of Rand Realty NY have the listing.
Second cheapest this week is a $250,000 one-bedroom co-op at 241 West 108th Street in Manhattan Valley. The space features a living room off the foyer entrance, a small separate sleeping alcove, windowed bathroom and a separate windowed kitchen. Randy Osofsky of Vered Realty has the listing.
Third least expensive this week is a $269,500 two-room studio co-op at 25 Tudor City Place in Murray Hill. The 17th-floor, corner unit boasts unobstructed East River and Brooklyn views as well as beamed ceilings, hardwood floors and large casement windows. Building amenitites include a full-time doorman and concierge, roof deck, central laundry, bike storage and all utilities are included in the maintenance fee. Daniel Almekinder and Guy Abernathey of the Corcoran Group have the listing. – Julie Strickland