Think you’ve seen everything that’s out there to buy? Thankfully in New York there’s always more beautiful apartments to drool over/purchase (if you’re lucky). Take a look at these lovely properties that just hit the market.
Address: 7 East 69th Street
Type/Size: Townhouse; 7,600 square feet; six bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms
The front and rear balconies of this gaudy home offer views of Central Park.
Address: 11 North Moore Street 10THFLOOR
Type/Size: Condo; 7,060 square feet; five bedrooms and five bathrooms
The 3,800-square foot roof terrace features its own private pool.
Address: 128 West 88th Street
Type/Size: Townhouse; 4,800 square feet; five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms
An entire floor of this five-story townhouse is devoted to entertaining (there’s even a music room).
Address: 38 Prince Street
Type/Size: Townhouse; 8,069 square feet; seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms
The home was formerly the west wing of the Old Saint Patrick’s School and Convent.
Address: 39 Fifth Avenue #PHB
Type/Size: Co-op; three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms
The home currently belongs to star interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent.
Address: 1 Central Park South #2009
Type/Size: Condo; 6,319 square feet; four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms
This apartment, atop the Plaza, was the subject of a dispute in 2011 when the Russian billionaire who bought it, Andrei Vavilov, found it too “attic-like” and tried to get out of the deal.
Address: 555 Park Avenue MAISONETTE
Type/Size: Co-op; 4,000 square feet; four bedrooms and five bathrooms
This ground-floor duplex has its own private entrance.
Address: 275 West 10th Street #4A
Type/Size: Condo; 2,932 square feet; four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms
The extremely large windows in the apartment are triple-paned and landmarked.
Address: 300 East 77th Street #27/28B
Type/Size: Condo; 4,254 square feet;
The grand marble staircase leads to the master bedroom (and maybe 1985).
Address: 969 Fifth Avenue #4THFL
Type/Size: Co-op; two bedrooms and two bathrooms
The corner living room faces the park and has four magnificent picture windows.
Address: 51 West 83rd Street
Type/Size: Townhouse; 6,300 square feet; six bedrooms and eight bathrooms
The home has two levels of gardens, including a Japanese rock garden.
Address: 481 Washington Street #2S
Type/Size: Condo;2,919 square feet; three bedrooms and three bathrooms
The building was a former spice warehouse (which is also its current name) and the apartment features a lot of the original details like cast-iron columns and crown moldings.
Address: 136 East 79th Street #8B
Type/Size: Co-op; four bedrooms and three bathrooms
The apartment has a private elevator landing.