Going, going, gone: The snazziest pads to depart from the market this week

Thanks to our friends over at StreetEasy, we’re rather on top of this city’s real estate comings and goings — emphasis on goings.

This past week, a handful of highly priced pads left the market for an assortment of reasons, but these are the most expensive residences that have found loving new owners.

1 Central Park South PH-2009 | In Contract

This Plaza penthouse is (for the time being) owned by Christian Candy, the British real estate developer behind London’s most expensive apartment building, One Hyde Park. In April, he chopped $20 million from the asking price of this spread and it seems to have done the trick. It was most recently asking $39.8 million.

115 East 79th Street | In Contract

The new owners of this quirky spread have scored themselves something quite original: a classic Upper East Side townhouse with all the decadence of a Baroque filled Italian palace. Last asking $19.4 million, it comes with five bedrooms, seven wood-burning fireplaces and an antique fountain and wishing well.

21 East 12th Street #TH3B | In Contract

LLNYC toured the sales gallery of 21 East 12th Street not so long ago and we were dazzled by the building’s finishes and ample outdoor space. The new owners of this four bedroom townhouse unit — one of just two at the building — must have been too seeing as they bought townhouse 3B, which was last asking $12 million.

48 West 10th Street | In Contract

With shutters like this, of course this Greenwich Village townhouse is in contract. Most recently asking $12 million, the charming five-bedroom spread comes with three terraces, high ceiling and a garden. We wonder if the color-coordinated scooter was part of the sale.

21 East 12th Street #THA | In Contract

Units at 21 East 12th Street seem to be flying off the proverbial shelf lately. The $11.5 million townhouse A has has joined townhouse 3B in contract which means there are no townhouses left at the still under construction building.