238 East 4th Street
Asking price: $8.5 million
Not your ordinary great room: The living room of this East Village townhouse, designed by Bravo and HGTV celebrity designers Cortney and Robert Novogratz, centers on an enormous hearth.
Agents: Adam Taylor and Wilbur Gonzalez, Town Residential Photo: Courtesy of the vendor
109 West 123rd Street, Garden Level
Asking price: $1,300 per month
Possibly the greatest tenement-studio-apartment fireplace in New York. If only it worked! (It once burned gas, but no more.)
Agent: Todd Stevens, Douglas Elliman Photo: Courtesy of the vendor
117 East 72nd Street
Asking price: $5.199 million
The English pine paneling of this living room is punctuated by a fireplace fronted by emerald marble.
Agents: Kirk Henckels and Richard B. Brown III, Stribling and Associates Photo: Courtesy of the vendor
170 East 78th Street
Asking price: $3.75 million
A firebox recessed into a bookcase warms up the great room of this Upper East Side triplex. The master bedroom has its own fireplace, too.
Agent: Marjorie Hewett, Brown Harris Stevens Photo: Courtesy of the vendor
231 Bay Ridge Parkway, #3B, Bay Ridge
Asking price: $695,000
This gas fireplace in a recently built condo sports an engraved oak mantle painted balck and a granite façade.
Agent: Marco Auteri, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the vendor
44 West 77th Street, #13E
Asking price: $17.5 million
A ballroom-sized space needs a commanding fireplace, and this co-op has one. The imposing hearth dates from the 17th century and hails from the Iberian Peninsula.
Agent: Monica Luque, Douglas Elliman Photo: Courtesy of the vendor
407 East 75th Street
Asking price: $12.5 million
A sleek, steel-framed fireplace is carved into the wall of this townhouse’s main living room.
Agent: Emily Beare, CORE NYC. Photo: Courtesy of the vendor