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Sales Launch Recap: Here’s What Hit the Market This Week

Medieval lairs, sprawling penthouses, and charming six-digit listings were among this week’s homes for sale

Intimate Astoria Apartment Seeks $369,000 Post-Renovation: Astoria is the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to nice, affordable properties in New York City. As it’s a haven for renters looking for a reprieve from soul-crushing rents, it's also a great place to scope out starter homes, as with this The Six Digit Club listing.

Quaint West Village Townhouse Billed as ‘Renovator’s Dream’ Asks $6M: At just 17-feet wide, the townhouse at 232 West 10th Street is about as charming as a 19th-century townhouse can be. It was built in the late 1800’s and still possesses a lot of details from that time.

Sprawling Tribeca Triplex With In Situ Keith Haring Mural Asks $14M: The School of Visual Arts used to host exhibitions here, and Keith Haring, who enrolled in 1978, used shoe polish and alcohol to cover a wall of this apartment in his curlicue designs, similar to the dancing figures he painted on street signs around that time. The mural was hidden for years and unearthed during a renovation in 2002.

$999K for a Sleek Prospect Heights Condo With a Private Courtyard: This week's Pricespotter was a charming one-bedroom condo at 735 Bergen Street with nine-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and solid white oak herringbone hardwood floors.

Cozy East Village Two-Bedroom with Exposed Brick Asks $675K: Nested on the fifth floor of a walk-up, this member of The Six Digit Club has details that include exposed brick walls, a decent-sized living room, modest kitchen, and a roomy master bedroom.

Sprawling Chelsea Townhouse With Bigger Is Better Vibe Asks $16.5M: Originally built in 1901, the townhouse at 233 West 20th Street offers 7,200 square feet of space, almost twice as many bathrooms as bedrooms, and a top-floor solarium with a view of the Empire State Building.

Gramercy Park’s Medieval Lair Returns With a Larger Floorplan Asking Less: Despite its resplendent architecture and 88-foot frontage along Gramercy Park North, the medieval-esque lair has been struggling to sell for the past several years. The co-op is now being offered in two ways: in its original form as a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment asking $5.5 million, or as a combo pad with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms asking $6.25 million.