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

Homes in rare and historic locations are some of the this week’s market listings

Historic Townhouse on Washington Heights's Hidden Sylvan Terrace Asks $1.7M: Part of the Jumel Terrace Historic District, the three-story townhouse is a confluence of the traditional and modern,The home has been renovated to reflect the feel of the 1880s, when a number of the townhouses on the street were built, but it is also fitted with several modern amenities.

Brooklyn Heights Townhouse Asking $11M Is One Of the Borough's Priciest Listings: The five-story home was originally built in the 19th century, but recently underwent a top-to-bottom renovation and, per the brokerspeak, has been transformed into a "turnkey masterpiece."

West Village Co-op With Adorable Shared Courtyard Asks $799K: At 650 square feet, this Six Digit Club listing is not all that big all things considered, but it tries to make up for that with all its finishings. The garden level apartment features an open kitchen with an antique styled fridge, butcher block countertops, and a new stainless steel oven.

Village Co-op With a Dreamy Rooftop Shower Is Just In Time For Summer: Oftentimes the city’s luxurious outdoor private spaces are reserved for the ritziest of ritzy apartments, but a new-to-market co-op near the corner of Mercer Street and East 8th Street in Greenwich Village has stellar outdoor space with a pretty reasonable price tag.

The 30 Most Expensive New York City Homes For Sale: Despite word that prices in the city may be leveling out, there's no indication of that in the uppermost echelon of real estate, where an enormous penthouse asks $120 million, and properties are being sold alongside perks like not one, but two free Rolls Royce Phantoms and walls covered in Hermès leather.

Rare Townhouse On Upper West Side's Hidden Pomander Walk Seeks $2.3M: One of the city’s most charming streets is offering up one of its rarely-on-sale properties. Located at 274 West 95th Street, the house spans 1,650 square feet and comes with five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Snag a Lovely Pre-War Co-op in Prime Brooklyn Heights For Under $1M: The pad is not too shabby for under seven figures.It has a sunken living room, an adjacent dining room (which, theoretically, could be used for a different purpose), and a sizable kitchen with a dishwasher.

Cute Fort Greene Condo With Exposed Beam Ceilings Asks $1.475M: The "rare designer oasis" comes with solid white maple floors with herringbone detail, exposed beam ceilings, and a vented gas fireplace in the living room.

30 Park Place Penthouse Claims to Have the City’s Highest Outdoor Space: The three-bedroom pad on the 82nd floor of the building spans 4,426 feet and each of the apartment’s corner terraces are about 19-feet wide and are located at a height of nearly 900-feet, as per the listing. It’s asking $30 million.