A sprawling Bronx estate, Gatsby-like Queens home, and Lincoln square triplex are just a few of this week's market listings that we've featured over the past week.
↑Forest Hills house straight out of The Great Gatsby era seeks $4.5M: Set amid the secluded greenery of exclusive Forest Hills Gardens, the Queens estate "preserves the refined character of a golden era."
↑Ritzy waterfront condo in Sheepshead Bay launches sales from $525K: Sales are now underway at The Vue Condominium, an eight-story building across from the waterfront that has 58 apartments with prices starting at $525,000. Apartments here range in size from one-to-three-bedroom units with the smallest one at 720 square and the largest at just under 2,000 square feet.
↑Rare McKim, Mead & White fixer-upper on the UWS wants $10M: The building is part of the Riverside-West End Historic District, and though it may look rather unremarkable, for the right buyer—a Stanford White-obsessed millionaire, perhaps?—it could be a nifty little investment.
↑Huge Lincoln Square triplex returns after a $12M price chop: This huge combination penthouse atop the Grand Millennium on West 67th Street first appeared on the market in 2014, asking an eye-popping $42 million. After an unsuccessful size and price chop, the pad is now back at its full, enormous size—8,100 square feet—with an asking price of $29.995 million.
↑Minimalist Bushwick townhouse with a roomy wooden deck wants $1.275M: Located just a short walk away from the Evergreens Cemetery, this recently renovated three-story townhouse features five bedrooms spread out over 2,676 square feet.
↑Pretty Turtle Bay duplex with surprisingly spacious loft wants $695,000: The building was once home to the Biblical Seminary (a precursor of the New York Theological Seminary) and was built in the 1920s. It may be nestled on the top floor of a former monastery, but there’s nothing austere about this sunny pre-war one-bedroom duplex.
↑A sprawling Bronx estate with views of the Palisades asks $3.2M: With its sprawling grounds and scenic vistas, the Greek Revival house looks like it’s about 100 miles away from New York City but it’s actually just a five-minute walk away from Riverdale’s Metro North station.
↑Mod Greenwich Village studio with nifty sleeping loft asks $699,000: The apartment—designed by an architect—has rather high ceilings in the common area, which helps it seem larger than it actually is; the sleeping loft, on the other hand, has nearly four feet of height to work with.