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 20 Monroe Place, Brooklyn Heights
Type/Size Townhouse (multi-family)
The home is currently divided into seven apartments, but can be converted back into a single family home. Also those bookshelves.
Address 75 Central Park West #PHA/1D
Type/Size Co-op; three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms;
Those views say it all. In addition to this penthouse, the price also includes a nice guest apartment on the first floor.
Address 151 East 74th Street
Type/Size Townhouse; eight bedrooms; five + bathrooms
The townhouse has been the home of such notables as Captain Kermit Roosevelt and Henry Fonda.
Address 22 E 18th Street #6B
Type/Size Co-op; two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms
Take a private staircase to the “lush” common roof garden.
Address 778 Park Avenue 2ND-FLOOR
Type/Size Co-op; two bedrooms and three bathrooms
We don’t even know where to look first in this (somewhat busy) co-op. You have to give them points for originality though.
Address 101 Warren Street #3450
Type/Size Condo; 3,796 square feet; three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms
I mean, who wouldn’t want to take a bath while gazing out at that view?
Address 12 Gramercy Park S #PARLOR
Type/Size Co-op; three bedrooms and three bathrooms
The apartment has a juliette balcony that opens onto Gramercy Park.
Address 26 East 73rd Street
Type/Size Townhouse; 7,200 square feet; five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms
The apartment was gut-renovated in 2012, and features totally new appliances and mechanical systems.
Address 15 Central Park W #37C
Type/Size Condo; 2,761 square feet; three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms
The apartment in the iconic building shares an elevator bank with only one other unit.
Address 253 West 73rd Street #PH
Type/Size Condo; 1,708 square feet; three bedrooms and two bathrooms
This “Palazzo” apartment isn’t for the faint-of-heart. Some of the rooms have pink ceilings and pink walls.
Address 310 Lafayette Avenue, Clinton Hill
Type/Size Townhouse (multifamily)
The home is currently configured as a three-family townhouse and can generate between $12,000-$14,000-a-month.
Address 415 Greenwich Street #1E
Type/Size Condo; 2,704 square feet; four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms
The listing notes that this is a “townhouse” with a private entrance.
Address 857 Carroll Street, Park Slope
Type/Size Townhouse; 4,368 square feet; six bedrooms and three bathrooms
All of the original details in this home have been preserved, from the fireplaces to the parquet floors.
Address 1133 Fifth Avenue #14
Type/Size Co-op; four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms
If you want the quintessential Upper East Side co-op (and can pay for it), then we can’t think of anything better than this.