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MILLIONAIRE’S ROW

Rarely on the market, this pre-war co-op at 1067 Fifth Avenue between 87th and 88th Streets boasts 10 rooms, including 5BRs, a very large formal dining room (easily convertible to a fabulous family room) and four full baths. Located on the 11th floor of this 1917 C.P.H. Gilbert-designed building along Museum Mile, the views are nothing short of spectacular. Posh touches include private elevator-access, three wood-burning fireplaces, original parquet wood floors, ornate moldings, oversized windows, and soaring ceilings. The windowed-kitchen comes with Central Park views, granite-topped cabinetry, and the latest in appliances, including a washer and dryer. The master suite features a generously sized dressing room. $10.5 million. OCCUPANCY IMMEDIATE.

NANCY COFFEY | 212-381-3355 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY


DOWNTOWN VIBE

At 254 Park Avenue South off E. 20th Street and steps from Gramercy Park, studios to 2BR condominiums, including penthouses, are currently for sale. Ranging in size from 364 to over 1,400 square feet, with ceilings as high as 14 feet, a handful come with private terraces. Inside, you’ll find ebony-stained wood floors throughout and oversized windows. Kitchens are filled with appliances from Liebherr, Bosch, and Sub-Zero, including wine coolers in some of the larger units. Cabinets are ebony-stained wood with stone worktops. The master baths sport glass-enclosed showers in most, and the larger homes feature Kohler Tea-for-Two soaking tubs. Walls and floors are either limestone or lava stone. Building pleasures include residential lounge with a fitness center, bar, and poker and billiard tables. From $545,000. OCCUPANCY LATE 2008.

JACQUELINE URGO | 212-254-2552 | THE MARKETING DIRECTORS, INC.


EASTSIDE ELEGANCE

Located at 300 E. 77th Street just off Second Avenue, this 4BR, 3½BA condominium offers beautiful finishes, such as cherry wood floors throughout. Coming in at about 2,642 square feet, it has a large corner living room with a good-sized dining area and a pass-through to a TV room. The fourth bedroom is currently used as a den/office. The master bath features a soaking tub, a separate shower stall with a European jet system, a towel warmer, and a double-sink vanity. The kitchen features cherry wood cabinetry and black granite countertops and floors—and the appliances are from KitchenAid. Multiple walk-in and storage closets seem to be everywhere. Communal amenities include a health club with an indoor pool and massage treatment room—plus a party room, playroom, business center, concierge services, and indoor garage. $3.395 million. OCCUPANCY IMMEDIATE.

JUNE GOTTLIEB | 212-439-4565 | WARBURG REALTY PARTNERSHIP


HISTORICALLY CORRECT

Purchase an impeccably renovated and restored townhouse in Carnegie Hill—all with the latest 21st-century conveniences. Located at 135 E. 91st Street, the 21-foot wide, four-story building at Lexington Avenue boasts 11 enormous rooms and a private garden off the breakfast room, and a Juliette balcony off the master suite. Originally built in 1885 by architect Adam Weber for the daughter of the one-time owner of the New York Yankees, Jacob Rupert. Distinctive detailing abounds such as stained-glass windows, coffered ceilings, mahogany inlaid floors and pocket doors, wainscoting, ornate mantles, custom built-ins, and multiple wood-burning fireplaces. The kitchen features appliances from Bosch, Viking, and Sub-Zero. The master bathroom has a Jacuzzi tub, a separate steam shower, a double-sink vanity, radiant heat floors, towel warmer, and his and her dressing rooms. $12.5 million. OCCCUPANCY IMMEDIATE.

KERRY MARTIN | 212-360-2299 | THE CORCORAN GROUP



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