In the past seven days, 19 new listings priced at $10 million and above hit the market, according to Streeteasy. From that list, these are the crème de la crème, otherwise known as the five most expensive residential listings to hit the Manhattan market.
Address 116 East 70th Street
Originally built in 1901, this 20 feet wide, five-story townhouse has Bulgarian marble floors, a basement, an eye catching two-story copper bay window, and outdoor space including a courtyard, garden and two terraces.
Address 132 East 62nd Street
Built in 1871 by the architect John Sexton, this Brownstone was home to the literary couple Bennett and Phyllis Cerf for over half a decade before undergoing a complete renovation in 2010. Now the six-bedroom townhouse has features including marble floors, wood-burning fireplaces and a zen garden with a water wall.
Address 20 West 53rd Street #45
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
“Live life at the pinnacle of luxury,” reads the listing for this full floor residence at the Baccarat. This 4,545-square-foot apartment enjoys views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows and access to all the amenities – and crystal trimmings – the Baccarat Hotel has to offer.
Address 212 West 18th Street #PH
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This 3,396-square-foot duplex penthouse in the Walker Tower, has south and west exposures, an open kitchen, a wood-burning fireplace and floor heating. While the building itself offers amenities including a library, a fitness center, a sauna, a sun lawn, and a covered cabana room.
Address 327 West 76th Street
This humungous 8,000-square-foot Upper West Side townhouse comes with seven bedrooms, two full cooks kitchens, two laundry rooms, seven wood-burning fireplaces, a high-speed elevator, a garden, four terraces and a Romeo and Juliet-esq front turret.