Listing photos by Michael Bowman
This 19-acre estate in West Cornwall, Connecticut is called “The Barn.” It was designed in 1920 by architect Henry Olko and has been “beautifully and cleverly redesigned for modern living,” according to the listing. The main house has a cool glass entry vestibule, as well as rustic details like beamed ceilings and a massive cut fieldstone fireplace. There’s also a four-car garage, pond, stone walls, and extensive gardens, all surrounded by views of the Catskills, Taconic Range, and the Housatonic River. It’s on the market for $2,200,000.
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Listings photos by Yale Wagner
The grand apartment that served as “the Green Goblin’s lair” in all three Spider-Man movies is back on the market for $1,999,000. In addition to the Hollywood cache, the triplex penthouse at 5 Tudor City Place has 18-foot ceilings, views of the Chrysler Building and One Vanderbilt, a wrapping cast-iron staircase, and a private roof terrace.
Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
The Spice Warehouse is a 15-unit condo at 481 Washington Street in Hudson Square. It was constructed in 1895 as a warehouse for the spice trade, and though those days are long gone, the lofty apartments certainly provide some “spicy” views. This 1,127-square-foot penthouse unit has incredible Hudson River and New Jersey skyline vantages from every room, as well as from the terrace and roof deck. It’s asking $3,950,000.
Listing photos by Nico Arellano for CORE
It’s always fun to see the big, suburban homes of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, with their varying architectural styles. This six-bedroom Arts & Crafts beauty is on the market for $5.5 million, and it’s certainly something different. Inside, a recent renovation restored period details from its construction in 1910 like coffered ceilings, marquetry floors, and built-ins, while adding modern takes on the style like barrel-vaulted ceilings and a wine cellar. Outside, the property feels like a magical garden, with a pool, waterfall, and fire pit.
Listing photos by Evan Joseph
This Flatiron duplex at 10 East 22nd Street checks all the loft boxes–exposed brick walls, beamed ceilings, cast-iron columns, oversized windows. But it also has some truly unique bonus features, including two solariums overlooking the street, an outside deck, and a floating iron and wood staircase. The three-bedroom, 4,500-square-foot home is on the market for $7,500,000.
Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
We could easily see this 464-square-foot Williamsburg apartment popping up on our Instagram feed, with its plethora of plants, rustic details, and pops of color. Aside from its visual appeal, the one-bedroom HDFC co-op at 330 South 3rd Street is priced to perfection, too, asking $369,000.
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An enchanting estate in Upstate New York that has 160 acres of land and a residence constructed in 1775 is asking $15,000,000. The property, dubbed White Bridge Farm, is located in Old Chattam, a historic hamlet in Columbia County. In addition to the 18th-century home, which has been renovated but maintains some original detail, the farm includes multiple converted barns, horse stables, and a stunning pool and pool house, all surrounded by a landscape that looks like it was pulled from the pages of a storybook.
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Listing photos by Yale Wagner for Sotheby’s International Realty
This loft is So quintessentially Soho. It takes up a full floor at 112 Greene Street, a 19th-century cast-iron co-op that was once famously home to the Greene Street Recording Studio. There are original wood columns and beams, walls of exposed brick, nearly 12-foot ceilings, and massive windows. The three-bedroom home is on the market for $4,300,000.
Listing photos by Dennis Carbo
It’s hard to believe this home is just two hours from New York City, as its unusual location above a saltmarsh feels more like a moody northwest setting. Located on 1.7 acres in Branford Connecticut, the contemporary house was designed and built just this year by renowned architect Peter Kurt Woerner to take advantage of its site high on a granite promontory. Woerner titled the property “Osprey House & Studio” as a nod to the surrounding marsh wildlife sanctuary that’s home to osprey, geese, ducks, seagulls, hawks, and falcon. Comprised of a 4,800-square-foot main house and a 746-square-foot studio/guesthouse, it’s asking $2,800,000.
Listing photos by Allyson Lubow
5 East 75th Street is a turn-of-the-century Beaux-Arts mansion just three doors down from Central Park. Now an eight-unit co-op, it exudes that rare, old-world Upper East Side grandeur. But this one-bedroom unit that’s on the market for $2,985,000 feels more like a Parisian atelier, complete with 13-foot ceilings, original moldings, oversized windows, two wood-burning fireplaces, and detailed hardwood floors. Best of all, there’s a nearly 500-square-foot private terrace.