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Luxury personified is what you’ll find in this sprawling penthouse at the Prewar at Gramercy Square. Its interior spans more than 2,700 square feet under 11-foot ceilings, with three exposures that open to several landscaped private terraces. This truly beautiful NYC apartment also features a custom Italian kitchen, a master suite with walk-in closets and a spa bath. Contact the Gramercy Square Sales Gallery at Douglas Elliman for more information.
Shoppers looking for a home to spread out in will love the four full floors in this meticulously preserved and updated 1890s brownstone in Fort Greene. Configured as a single-family home with 2,500 square feet inside, plus a deck and a private yard, there’s loads of original detail and room for everyone. Marcia Woodfield at Corcoran is the sellers agent.
This tempting 1,120-square-foot condo is one of eight jewel-like units in a new boutique development. The building’s unique design fans apartments off of a central staircase and elevator. This home offers an ample high-end kitchen with dishwasher, in-unit laundry, and a master with a walk-in closet, ensuite bath, and balcony. Stairs lead to a private yard. Contact Ari Harkov’s team at Halstead for details.
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More than 140 StreetEasy shoppers are eyeing this beautiful NYC apartment, a stylish Mylo House duplex from Ryan McGuirl at Bold. Double-height windows, an open staircase, and a balcony give bold dimension to this 928-square-foot 1-bedroom/1-bathroom condo. Features include a stacked washer and dryer, a home office space, and a walk-in closet studded with custom storage.
New Yorkers love a room with a view, and that’s definitely the lure of this Dumbo 1-bedroom. Set in the J Condominium high-rise, outfitted by renowned designer Andres Escobar, this home boasts a picture-perfect panorama of the Manhattan Bridge and the East River, plus central air and building amenities galore. Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for information.
Here’s a truly enviable single-family home that’s just a block from Prospect Park. Gut-renovated yet retaining all its original brick charm, this townhouse spans more than 3,000 square feet with wide-plank oak flooring, a fireplace, custom millwork, a deck and private backyard. Contact Sara Golan at Nest Seekers for more on this sensational listing.
For $18 million, buyers and window shoppers alike expect something grand. This 5,300-square-foot West Village home delivers all that and more: The historic Greek Revival townhouse is a showstopper, with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a wine cellar, a steel-and-glass foyer, and an 800-square-foot terrace for outdoor entertaining. The listing, on iconic West 4th Street, is from Matthew Lesser at Leslie J. Garfield Realty.
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Hello, Greenwich Village! The open floor plan and enormous front window overlooking West 3rd Street make this 2,250-square-foot loft condo a knockout listing from Lorenzo Avati at Berkshire Hathaway. One of just six units in this renovated 1900s building, a key-locked elevator delivers you to this floor-through unit with a chef’s kitchen, luxurious ensuite master, and working fireplace.
What an incredible opportunity this historic Strivers’ Row townhouse is for any buyer looking at this price point. The 4,300-square-foot space is configured as a grand, 4-bedroom owner’s triplex with an income-generating garden-level rental. There’s loads of original detail, multiple fireplaces, double Juliet balconies in the living room, and so much more. Todd Stevens at Compass is the listing agent.
We end our tour of beautiful NYC apartments on the market with a fabulous flourish. This dramatic duplex is set in Manhattan’s landmarked Police Building, a noble Beaux Arts co-op where Little Italy meets SoHo. Soaring 15-foot ceilings, a spiral staircase, and endless, library-style built-in bookcases are the hallmarks of this unique home. Contact seller’s agent Robert Dowling at Compass for details.
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