Closet Case

Photography by Phillip Ennis

5800 Arlington Avenue, #16N, Riverdale
The dressing room’s nearly as large as the bathroom in this studio, plus there’s another wide closet out front.
Price: $139,000
Broker: Linda Lepson, Argo Residential

415 East 52nd Street, #1KC, Sutton Place
Plenty of places to stash valuables in this junior one-bedroom: a walk-in closet, two smaller closets, plus a whole wall of cabinets.
Price: $675,000
Broker: Abby Levine, The Corcoran Group

185 Prospect Park SW, #301, Windsor Terrace
One word: bountiful. There’s no other way to describe the storage situation in this Brooklyn two-bedroom, which has two walk-in closets in the master bedroom; two six-foot-wide closets in the second bedroom; and another walk-in closet, plus a coat closet in the foyer.
Photo: Travis Dubreuil
Price: $683,000
Broker: Scott Klein, Prudential Douglas Elliman

433 East 56th Street, #6C, Sutton Place
Two walk-in closets, plus five other closets dotted throughout this apartment, keep clutter out of sight.
Price: $715,500
Broker: Abby Levine, The Corcoran Group

14 Prince Street, #4F, Soho
The bedroom in this Soho apartment has two closets and a dresser built-in, plus a 30-square-foot walk-in and a small one near the entry.
Price: $850,000
Broker: Jared Seligman, Prudential Douglas Elliman

88 Wyckoff Street, #3F, Cobble Hill
Both bedrooms in this condo are kitted out with substantive closets, and there are two more in the foyer ready for stuffing.
Price: $980,000
Broker: Phyllis Norton-Towers, Brown Harris Stevens

120 East 87th Street, #P12B Upper East Side
The closet in the sleeping loft of this condo is nearly 8 feet wide and almost just as long; the one in the bedroom below holds its own, too.
Price: $1.15 million
Broker: Lisa Rose, Halstead Property

12 Beekman Place, #11B, Midtown East
The master bedroom in this Beekman Place two-bedroom has a walk-in closet that’s 13.6 feet long and 10.6 feet wide”spacious enough to fit a double bed, a side table, and dressers for storage. A handful of other storage spaces service the rest of the apartment.
Price: $1.995 million
Broker: Adam Modlin and Marisa Sargent, The Modlin Group

450 East 83rd Street, #16A, Upper East Side
The walk-in closet in the main bedroom of this five-room condo is almost as large as the bathroom next to it (minus the tub), and it’s been outfitted with custom shelving. There are two other generous closets in the apartment.
Price: $1.995 million
Broker: Karin Posvar-Picket, The Corcoran Group

430 East 56th Street, #1AB, Sutton Place
Besides a star power legacy, the three-bedroom garden apartment of actress Rue McClanahan, who passed away in early June, also boasts an array of closets.
Price: $2.25 million
Broker: Steve Marvisch, Brown Harris Stevens

301 East 62nd Street, #5BCD, Upper East Side
The master bedroom’s closet is extra-large, measuring 7 feet by 12.6 feet, but the walk-in closet in the second-biggest bedroom is impressive, too.
Price: $2.645 million
Broker: Shari Markoff, Avenue Real Estate

25 Central Park West, #11E, Upper West Side
There are 12 closets (one big enough for you to meditate in), plus a dressing room, in this two-bedroom, two-bath prewar condo.
Price: $2.975 million
Brokers: Chris Kann and Gregory Sullivan, The Corcoran Group

305 East 85th Street, #18B, Upper East Side
The master bedroom in this new development measures 232.6 square feet; the storage space in it amounts to more than half that at 138.1 square feet. Plus, there are four other closets elsewhere in the apartment, one of them a walk-in.
Photo:Phillip Ennis
Price: $4.65 million
Broker: Georgica Sales and Design Center

502 Park Avenue #18C, Upper East Side
Three closets plus a dressing room big enough to serve as an office”and featuring that rare feature, a window”in this Trump Park Avenue two-bedroom provide ample space for a clotheshound.
Price: $5.5 million
Broker: Michele Kleier and Sabrina Kleier, Gumley Haft Kleier

Closet Case