A look at this week’s 5 most expensive listings

In the past seven days, 17 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 1 Central Park West #47BC
Price $40,000,000
Type/Size Condo: six bedrooms and six bathrooms
This apartment at Trump International is lavishly decorated to say the least. It’s owned by the anonymous Daisho Development Usa, Inc. who bought the 6,500-square-foot pad in 2008 for a little over $26 million. It comes with a chef’s kitchen, a guest quarters wing and a lot of gold leaf.

Address 132 East 70th Street
Price $28,500,000
Type/Size Townhouse: six bedrooms and five bathrooms
Built in 1914 and designed by the architect Herbert M. Baer, this townhouse has over 7,000 square feet of space spread over five floors. It’s neo-Georgian style facade is a very reasonable 20 feet wide and the house comes with a full basement, an elevator, original details and a garden.

Address 791 Park Avenue #Ph
Price $26,900,000
Type/Size Co-op: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This full-floor penthouse crowns the very top of the George and Edward Blum-designed 791 Park Avenue. The art-filled space has approximately 3000 square feet of private terraces, a private elevator landing, a temperature-controlled wine with space for 400 bottle, and Central Park views.

Address 74 Bank Street
Price $26,500,000
Type/Size Townhouse: five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms
This might just be LLNYC’s favorite of this week’s listings. The 25-foot-wide house has 6,000 square feet of space, spread across five stories, and it was featured in Architectural Digest.

Address 128 East 74th Street
Price $22,000,000
Type/Size Townhouse: five bedrooms and eight bathrooms
The listing describes this pad as an “Elegantly Appointed Townhouse”. Built in 1910, this six-story home is surrounded by a wrought-iron fence and has a garden, an elevator and a very grand curved staircase. LLNYC particularly enjoys the daring turquoise paint job.