In addition to its stellar location on Broadway & West 77th Street, this 2-bedroom/2-bathroom prewar co-op is graciously sized and configured. Split bedrooms make the ensuite master a private sanctuary. A top-to-bottom renovation delivers a big chef’s kitchen with dining space and a large second bedroom with its own private bath. Building amenities include a laundry room, a bike room, and pied-à-terre purchasing. Cathy Taub at Sotheby’s International has the listing.
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This large Murray Hill 1-bedroom comes with some pretty iconic NYC credentials. It’s set in an Emery Roth–designed prewar co-op on Park Avenue and sports stellar views of the Chrysler Building. Add in pristine hardwoods, beamed ceilings, a separate dining area, and loads of closets, and this home from Josh Doyle at Compass is a must-see. The co-op also offers pretty liberal purchasing rules for sublets, pied-à-terre use, and more.
Ditmas Park is an oasis of leafy streets, exquisite Victorians, and prewar co-ops, like this 1-bedroom from listing agent Nichole Thompson-Adams at Compass. It’s spacious and sunny, thanks to big windows in the living room and king-size bedroom, plus one each in the kitchen and bathroom. A foyer entry is open to the stylish kitchen, with breakfast bar and dishwasher. And monthlies are under $450, which really helps keep costs down.
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Discerning buyers who can handle the nearly $3,000 monthly maintenance fee will love this impeccably designed 1-bedroom penthouse. It’s conveniently priced to avoid the city’s mansion tax, making it easier to say “Wow” to its loaded interior and twin wraparound terraces. The custom kitchen is finished with walnut and stainless cabinets, and the jaw-dropping bathroom features limestone tile. A winner from broker Peter Poljan at Poljan Properties.
Our final NYC open house for March 7 and 8 is a sophisticated townhouse that pays homage to natural woodwork, fireplaces, wrought iron, and other original features. The 2-family home is configured as a triplex owner’s unit over a 1-bedroom garden apartment that can generate handsome rental income. Other features include central air, a basement for storage, a deck, and a private yard. Perri DeFino at Compass is the seller’s agent.
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