Manhattan | 222 East twenty fourth Avenue, No. 5A
Kips Bay Penthouse
A two-bedroom, two-bath, roughly 1,850-square-foot triplex with an entry closet, a kitchen with a gasoline fire and a full toilet on the primary degree; a major bed room suite with casement home windows, a wall of closets, a shower with a double vainness and Jacuzzi on the second degree; and a bed room with a skylight, a gasoline fire and a 523-square-foot roof terrace on the third degree, atop a seven-story co-op with a component time superintendent and a video intercom. Samantha Rose Frith, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 212-380-2409; cbwarburg.com
Upkeep: $4,484 a month
Spectrum tv and web is obligatory, however residents pay solely $53.53 a month. The terrace will get a number of solar for a backyard and has a big wall that’s very best for a display projector.
The kitchen is dated however could be expanded. The month-to-month upkeep is excessive.
Manhattan | 470 West Finish Avenue, No. 14C
Higher West Facet Prewar
A two-bedroom, two-bath, roughly 1,500-square-foot house with a proper eating room, major bed room and secondary bedrooms with windowed en suite baths; ample closets; beamed ceilings; authentic wooden flooring and molding; and a vented washer/dryer, on the 14th ground of The Belvoir, a 1928 doorman constructing within the Riverside-West Finish Historic District with a live-in superintendent and laundry, bike and storage rooms. Matthew Financial institution, Financial institution Neary Actual Property, 917-608-6309; bankneary.com
Upkeep: $3,638 a month
The excessive ground supplies good views of the Higher West Facet. Upkeep contains electrical energy.
A renovation to make the first suite wheelchair accessible eliminated the one bathtub. The kitchen wants an replace. Use as a pied-à-terre isn’t permitted.
Queens | 79-10 thirty fourth Avenue, No. 3T
Jackson Heights Co-op
A two-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 850-square-foot house with a windowed kitchen, an open residing and eating space, a major bed room with two closets, and entryway and linen closets, on the third ground of Terrace View, a seven-story doorman constructing with a gymnasium and a laundry room. Gina Ko and Julian Shane, The Company, 917-693-9975; theagencyre.com
Frequent fees: $875 a month
The treetops outdoors this freshly painted house create fairly surroundings within the hotter months. There’s a Sunday farmer’s market on thirty fourth Avenue, a road closed to visitors on daily basis from 7 a.m. to eight p.m.
Whereas some models within the constructing have balconies, this one doesn’t. The second bed room is small and the toilet might use an replace. There’s no thermostat to manage the warmth.
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