25 Central Park West
Chilled to the bone? One of the bathrooms in this lavish 1900-square-foot two-bedroom rental has a steam shower-tub; it functions like a mini-steam room”the perfect salve after a day of navigating street slush or sledding in the park.
Monthly rent: $35,000
Broker: James Morgan, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
60 Sutton Place South,#12MN
The marble bathroom in this Sutton Place one-bedroom, one-bath has a heat lamp intended to keep you balmy post-shower. But why not also use it when you come in from the cold?
Asking price: $769,000
Monthly maintenance: $1,388.59
Broker: Max Jimenez, Halstead Property Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
118 East 60th Street
Cooking in this one-bedroom, one-bath co-op won’t get uncomfortably cool underfoot: The kitchen has heated floors. (The bath, too.)
Asking price: $799,000
Monthly maintenance: $1,464
Broker: Roya Cohen, Bellmarc Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
22 North 6th Street, #15D, Williamsburg
This 1,157-square-foot two-bedroom is in a Williamsburg high-rise called the Edge, an amenity-laden project that has a glass-enclosed, all-season pool area warmed by a communal fire pit. For good measure, there’s also a sauna and Turkish steam bath.
Asking price: $1.210 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $955.47
Broker: The Real Estate Group NY Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
505 West 47th Street, #1FS
Soak winter aches away in the hot tub planted on the terrace of this two-bedroom, two-bath condo.
Asking price: $1.25 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $1,336.07
Broker: Vince Rocco, Halstead Property Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
259-275 21st Street, #4B, Greenwood Heights
This 38-unit condo once was a school; only two have customized heating-and-cooling systems, and this 2,800-square-foot apartment is one of them. You have full control of the indoor climate”no more waiting for the building’s heat to kick in.
Asking price: $1.99 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $1,261
Broker: Tom Keefe, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
20 Pine Street, #PH12
You don’t even have to put on a coat to get to the subway if you live in this 1,800 square-foot penthouse. It’s in 20 Pine Street, a condo conversion in the financial district that has its own train entrance.
Asking price: $3.5 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $1,915
Brokers: Deborah DeMaria, Caleb Hartzler and Diane Sutherland, Warburg Realty Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
56 Bank Street
So many ways to thaw out in this West Village townhouse: Each level has a working fireplace, and two 80-gallon water heaters make sure homeowners don’t run out of hot water.
Asking price: $5.75 million
Yearly taxes: $14,278
Broker: Rebecca Daniels, Brown Harris Stevens Photo: Courtesy of the Broker