, Thu, September 16, 2021
Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
A huge, historic townhouse at 614 Hudson Street in Hoboken has hit the market for $6,995,000. If it sells for this price, it’ll be the biggest townhouse sale ever in Hoboken and all of Hudson County. The current record holder is 504 Hudson Street, which sold for $6.5 million back in 2016. This new contender was gut renovated in 2017, leaving the main home with 5,600 square feet of stunningly beautiful space, six bedrooms, an elevator, and a roof deck. Notably, the property also has a separate carriage house with a loft apartment, as well as a private two-car garage, which, if you know anything about parking in Hoboken, is the biggest selling point of all.
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, Wed, September 15, 2021
Listing photos by Travis Mark
Asking $1.4 million, this two-bedroom Park Slope condo at 231 16th Street has quite a few noteworthy features for the price. There’s 1,000 square feet of interior space, which feels even larger thanks to 14-foot ceilings and oversized 11-foot-tall windows. There’s also a bonus lofted area that holds a home office, washer/dryer, and second full bathroom. Outside, the 423-square-foot backyard is perfect for a gardener, equipped with electricity, water, and a large shed.
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, Tue, September 14, 2021
All photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
A restored carriage house of a former Brooklyn police station is asking $5,950,000. Located at 72 Poplar Street, the townhouse sits within the landmarked former Brooklyn Heights precinct building, which was converted into a boutique condominium in 2014. Constructed in 1912 in the Italian Renaissance Revival style, the carriage house now serves as a three-bedroom single-family home with renovations by The Brooklyn Home Company. The property boasts three terraces, a huge roof deck, a garage, Lower Manhattan views, and all of the perks that come with luxury condo living.
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Listing photos by Hayley Ellen Day for DD Reps
This penthouse at 50 Avenue A is just under $2 million, and it has a lot going for it for that price. To start, the two-bedroom layout is split among three floors, which includes a living room terrace, a solarium, and a roof deck overlooking the low-scale neighborhood. The interiors are the perfect mix of modern finishes and artsy touches, all with cool views of the historic Church of the Most Holy Redeemer around the corner.
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Listing photos by Yale Wagner for Sotheby’s International Realty
Though it looks like it might be part of an elegant flat in Notting Hill, this garden is actually tucked behind a co-op in Carnegie Hill on the Upper East Side. The two-bedroom apartment at 11 East 92nd Street has stylish, modern interiors and a 660-square-foot garden that includes an outdoor fireplace (there’s one inside, too!), mature plantings surrounding the whole perimeter, and beautiful trees. It’s on the market for $3,150,000.
Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group
On the top floor of a Chelsea townhouse at 207 West 21st Street, this two-bedroom co-op also has two bathrooms and two landscaped roof terraces, all for under $2 million. The home was transformed into a super-sleek space, including a “disappearing” lacquered kitchen and five skylights.
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Listing photos by Evan Joseph
This duplex penthouse at 497 Greenwich Street has 3,560 square feet of interior space and a whopping 1,650 square feet of outdoor space. The latter is spread out over one long terrace, two small balconies, and a full roof deck with sweeping views of the Hudson River down to the World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty. And thanks to a unique facade of double-height glass, these views can be enjoyed from inside, too. The three-bedroom home is on the market for $10 million.
Listing photos by Yoo Jean Han for Sotheby’s International Realty
Abstract expressionist artist Jay Rosenblum moved into this East Village townhouse at 502 East 11th Street 50 years ago, setting up his studio in the skylit space on the top floor. Though he passed away in 1989 at age 55 from a bike accident (his wife Muriel passed away in September), the home is owned by his daughters, Julia Crane and Maria Rosenblum, according to Mansion Global. Now, for the first time in five decades, they’ve put the home, which they call “Bohemian rhapsody” for its 1960s/70s vibes, on the market for $3,995,000. Built in 1836, the 4,000-square-foot townhouse is the oldest on the block and is configured as four apartments.
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Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Designed by prolific architect Emery Roth, Brooklyn Height’s St. George Tower was constructed in 1929 as part of the full-block St. George Hotel complex. The 30-story Art Deco tower at 111 Hicks Street was converted to 275 co-ops in 1984, leaving its east-facing apartments with views just as prolific. This three-bedroom duplex on the 22nd and 23rd floors has a 57-foot-long terrace that overlooks the entire Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Verrazano bridges–views that are completely protected and enjoyed by every single room in the home.
Listing photos by DDReps
Asking $1,995,000, this Bed-Stuy townhouse at 781 Putnam Avenue is set up as an owner’s duplex and an income-generating garden-level apartment. Though the home was built in 1901, it’s been completely restored and renovated, resulting in a beautiful backdrop for the current owner’s art and contemporary furniture collection. The rear deck and backyard have also been done with a creative sentiment, offering a laid-back oasis.