Pets can make a lot of things better. Such is the case with these eight listings, in which pampered pooches mercilessly photobomb the otherwise-cordial spaces. From a pomeranian which really could be mistaken for an exotic pillow at 3 East 95th Street's $34 million penthouse to the spasmodically recurring black doggy duo at 21 Astor Place, take a gander at these enthusiastic pets (and their properties, too.)
This Greenwich Village penthouse in an 1892 landmarked building is asking $3.85 million for its two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Furry friends will like that the apartment at 21 Astor Place has a 1,000-square-foot terrace in addition to a 1,200-square-foot interior.
The duplex co-op at 829 Park Avenue is extraordinarily pet friendly, in that it comes with an additional dog shower in the first-floor utility room. Other features in the $9.5 million three-bedroom apartment include a first-floor wood-paneled library, living room with fireplace, and ornate molding throughout.
This $1.35 million two-bedroom co-op on East 79th Street may have a combined foyer/dining room, but the kitchen is renovated. While the apartment has no private outdoor space, it does have central air, and the building has a shared garden.
This two-unit townhouse in East Harlem wants $1.842 million. The home's parlor floor unit comes with a renovated kitchen, and the garden-floor apartment opens onto a planted backyard and has a large, covered patio.
$7 million buys this lofted apartment overlooking Gramercy Park. The apartment at 48 Gramercy Park North is in a 1900's townhouse, and comes with a coveted park key, as well as 14-foot ceilings, in-apartment laundry, and a master bedroom with a separate den and full bathroom.
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is in a fifth-floor corner apartment at Tribeca's Franklin Tower. The home comes with a renovated kitchen and additional in-building storage. Buyers of the $2.95 million apartment have access to the building's shared roof deck.
Tamara Mellon, co-founder of Jimmy Choo, is off-loading her $34 million penthouse atop the Grand Carhart Mansion at 3 East 95th Street. The five-bedroom duplex has 7,140-square-feet of interior space in addition to 5,290-square-feet of outdoor space and gigantic walk-in closets (with plenty of room for shoes, of course.)
Hopefully the new owners of the townhouse at 709 Greenwood Avenue will be chillin' as hard as this pooch in front of the fireplace. The home which prior sold in 2008 for $755,000 was asking $1.695 million this go-around; the sale of the Windsor Terrace home has yet to close. A little work doubtless needs to be done here, especially in that backyard.
· All Dogs coverage [Curbed]
· StreetEasy [official]