In the past seven days, eight 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 46 East 66th Street
The previous owners of this six-story, Mott B. Schmidt-designed, 8,200-square-foot townhouse were the Government Of The Republic Of Senegal. The present owners have completely renovated and the home now features a Mahogany paneled foyer, iPad controlled security, and a rear garden with a cedar trellis.
Address 26 Bank Street
Designed by architect Basil Walter, this four bedroom townhouse is described as an enchanting mix of English and American. The present owners are Jos and Annabel White who built, on the very top of the building, an office addition complete with huge, hand crank-operated glass windows which open onto a roof terrace.
Address 105 West 11th Street
Built in 1910, this 21-foot wide, 4,600-square-foot townhouse has got serious wood – including five wood burning fireplaces, imported timber beams, reclaimed wide plank oak floor boards, and wooden door and window frames.
Address 70 Bethune Street #TH
Type/Size Condo: six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms
This six-bedroom townhouse is part of the Superior Ink Towers and gets access to all of the Towers’ amenities – including its fitness center, yoga room, playroom, cinema room, and residential lounge – while remaining a separate unit. Seeing as its designed by Robert A. M. Stern you’ll probably find some limestone somewhere.
Address 1 Sutton Place South #8A
Type/Size Co-op: five bedrooms and five bathrooms
Built in 1926 by Rosario Candela the listing claims that #8A is, “a rare example of an original condition “A line” in Candela’s master work.” And it certainly looks fancy. The apartment has a private elevator landing, four exposures and an impressive 10 walk in closets.