Lavish Upper East Side mansion has a whopping $72M price tag: The nearly 100-year-old Beaux Arts-style mansion at 50 East 69th Street still bears its limestone facade, and its original curved staircase that stretches all the way to a stunning stain glass dome at the top. The house also comes with a whopping 14 marble fireplaces, 3,350-square-feet of outdoor space, and two original elevators.
One of the latest members of the Six Digit Club is a two-bedroom apartment at the landmarked Cobble Hill townhouse 12 Cheever Place, asking $995,000. Details include multiple wood-burning fireplaces, moldings, high ceilings, exposed brick, and a lovely wood deck.
A Hamilton Heights townhouse owned by Law and Order actress Tamara Tunie and musician Gregory Generet has hit the market for $3.75 million. Designed by architect William Storm in 1896, the five-story, 18-foot-wide home is warm and inviting with tons of original details, four palatial bedrooms, and a civilized assortment of living spaces (a music room and a library).
Straight out of a fairy tale, a 180-year-old three-bedroom cottage can be found nestled on a tree-lined street in Randall Manor, Staten Island. The house recently underwent a major renovation, and many of the house’s original details have been restored as a result. That includes the wood-burning fireplace, the old stone walls, the wooden diamond-paned casement windows, and the slate walk.
Stylish Soho penthouse with a sweet glass atrium wants $6.9M: This triplex penthouse apartment rests atop a 20th-century building within the Soho Cast-Iron Historic District and is outfitted with unique ultra-modern interiors. There is a suspended wood-burning fireplace in the living room, an austere Japanese-inspired master bathroom, a concrete island in the kitchen, and a glass atrium that opens up onto 2,100 square feet of outdoor space. Asking price is $6.895 million.