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If you’re looking for spectacular unobstructed city views from floor-to-ceiling windows, check out this 2,220-SF, 3BR condo at 200 Chambers Street off Warren Street in TriBeCa. With hand-laid, Southern chestnut wood floors everywhere, the sun-drenched living/dining space boasts high ceilings and the open chef’s kitchen is brimming with top-of-the-line appliances from the likes of Sub-Zero, Viking and Bosch, and cabinetry topped with lava stone. The marbled master bath features a double-sink vanity, a glass-enclosed shower stall and an oversized Zuma soaking tub. Building amenities include a private health club with a sky lit pool, an enormous landscaped rooftop terrace, a resident’s lounge with a catering kitchen, a playroom, a business center, concierge services, round-the-clock doormen and on-site parking. $3.895 million. IMMEDIATE.

RICHARD ORENSTEIN | 212-381-4248 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY


HISTORIC PROPORTIONS

Part of the historic Turtle Bay Gardens, this 19th-century townhouse at 245 E. 48th Street between Second and Third Avenues is one of 20 houses built around a landmarked garden enclave. From this 3,980-SF, four-story home’s wrought-iron gated forecourt to the 50-ft-deep rear garden, the house features a large living room with garden views from floor-to-ceiling windows and a marbled fireplace, a dining room with French doors opening onto the gardens and a library with a marbled fireplace. The chef’s kitchen has an eat-in area beside a large front window, a wet bar, built-in cabinetry and wine rack. The master bedroom also features a wood-burning fireplace and the fourth-floor bedroom has a skylight. There are two home offices. Original wide-plank wood floors, arched doorways, walk-in closets and so much more are found throughout. $6.250 million. IMMEDIATE.

PAULA DEL NUNZIO | 212-906-9207 | BROWN HARRIS STEVENS


ASTOR PLANNING

It doesn’t get much better than a rarified co-op at 120 East End Avenue built by Vincent Astor, and this 14-room home with private elevator access tops it all off with fabulous views of the river and Carl Schurz Park. In addition to 5BRs with ensuite baths and two maid’s rooms with a bath, there’s a spectacular living room with a wood-burning fireplace and formal dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows, plus a wood-paneled library with a wood-burning fireplace and a family room. The enormous kitchen has an adjacent breakfast room as well as an adjacent laundry room. Original details prevail, as do herringbone wood floors and closet space galore. Communal amenities include a garden, a kid’s play area, a putting green and a fitness center. On-site parking and private storage area downstairs. $9.3 million. IMMEDIATE.

EVIE MULLER | 212-439-4515 | WALBURG REALTY PARTNERSHIP


GARDENER’S DELIGHT

Here’s your chance to buy a triplex penthouse with all the trimmings in the Gramercy Park/Kips Bay area. Located at 160 E. 26th Street between Third and Lexington Avenues, this view-filled, approximately 700–800-SF, 1BR co-op boasts a living room with a wood-burning fireplace framed by an exposed brick wall, built-ins and a generously sized dining alcove. The large 200-SF rooftop terrace, with new white paver tile flooring, comes with water and electricity. The windowed kitchen is newly renovated and features new appliances, granite worktops and a terracotta tile floor. The porcelain-tiled bathroom has also been renovated. The bedroom has a roomy alcove that is currently being used as a home office workstation but can easily convert to a sitting area or additional closet. Hardwood floors, brand new track lighting and spacious closets are found throughout. $725,000. IMMEDIATE.

DAVE MENENDEZ | 212-941-2553 | THE CORCORAN GROUP



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