↑Gorgeous West Village ‘timepiece’ seeks $7.15M after mod update: The house was last purchased in 2014, and the current owner sunk $500,000 into renovations on the home—oak flooring, custom cabinetry in the kitchen, new fixtures throughout, and the like.
↑Modern Bergen Beach home with serious Miami vibes wants $949,000: The listing touts it as a "special house for a special buyer," which may be because the interiors don’t seem to have been updated since the 1980s—and seem to have been transported from some kind of Miami-themed fever dream.
↑Wacky Soho bachelor pad returns with the same $4.5M ask: Instead of toning down the apartment’s, uh, colorful decor—"Ferrari red" kitchen cabinetry, a huge bronze bull’s head on one wall, exposed brick everywhere—the owners have kept it pretty much the same, apparently in the hopes that someone will love this over-the-top pad as-is.
↑Ultra-modern Long Island City townhouse seeks $3.2M: This modern house on 46th Road is a new build that was completed in 2011, with two duplex apartments over 3,400 square feet of space.
↑Kelsey Grammer lists $9.75M pad in Jean Nouvel's West Chelsea condo: The semi-circular space is highlighted by its amazing 100 feet of Hudson River frontage and offers up 11-foot ceilings, en-suite baths, a living room wet bar, gas-burning fireplace, ample storage space, and its conveniently close proximity to the High Line.
↑$10M Williamsburg townhouse has floors reclaimed from Domino: The brokerbabble for the four-floored dwelling claims that the house was crafted from the best materials and to the "highest construction standards." The flooring was apparently manufactured using salvaged beams from the Domino Sugar Factory; its bricks were handmade in Denmark and the windows and doors imported from France.
↑Dyker Heights mansion with glorious backyard pool chops price to $4M: Despite the fact that it has a downright beautiful backyard with an in-ground pool, this Dyker Heights home hasn’t had the easiest time finding a buyer.
↑Live in an 'exclusive' gated community in Clinton Hill for $775,000: Within the barely noticeable Clinton Hill Village confine, this loft-like condo home has made its way to the market, looking for an occupant to join the restricted community.
↑Lovely Upper West Side wenthouse with wraparound terrace wants $2.9M: The brokerbabble touts this Central Park West penthouse as "an oasis in the sky," and for once, we’re inclined to agree.
- All For Sale in New York [Curbed]