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Prettiest NYC homes that hit the market this week

This week’s edition includes the former home of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and a studio with Zaha Hadid vibes

Every week, Curbed covers dozens of market listings that vary in price, location, size, grandeur, quirkiness, and other distinct characteristics. If they managed to capture our attention, that means there’s definitely something special going on. But some of these homes are so lovely that they warrant a special kind of notoriety as some of the prettiest homes currently up for sale in New York City. And so, here it is: five listing that have that special "je ne sais quoi" that separates them from the rest. Happy gawking!

The Corcoran Group

↑A sprawling three-bedroom condo at Cary Tamarkin’s 10 Sullivan Street is back on the market after less than a year. he stylish unit, which boasts three walls of floor-to-ceiling windows, walnut cabinetry, and an absurdly luxe master bath, initially sold for $6.157 million, and is now listed at $8.499 million.

Corcoran

↑This slice of a West Village dwelling has undergone one serious makeover that harkens to Zaha Hadid with its a-symmetrical built-in table and shelving, a brand new kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinets, an artfully concealed refrigerator, and a stainless steel range. The apartment’s sole remaining prewar detail, a functioning wood-burning fireplace, has been flanked in a heat-treated tile. Asking price is $625,000.

↑Located in a six-story walk-up that was built in 1898, this East Village one-bedroom has managed to hold on to some of its original details including the exposed brick, stained glass pocket doors, and original moldings. The co-op, asking just $499,000, recently underwent a renovation leading the chef’s kitchen to be fitted with a Viking stove and wood countertops, a subway-tiled windowed bathroom, and a washer & dryer in-unit.

Courtesy Stribling & Associates

↑This West Village home dates back to 1837 and is currently owned by filmmaker Mitchell Lichtenstein—whose father was the famed Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein—and his husband, Vincent Sanchez. The couple purchased it in 1997, but it’s now on the market asking $25 million—and it’s perfect for “the enthusiastic historian, the passionate art collector, or the visionary artist.”

Courtesy Compass

↑A $32.5 million condo within 432 Park features a very 90s vibe that occupies the entire western half of the floor. The apartment measures just over 4,000 square feet and comes with over 12-feet-tall ceilings, and 12 massive windows throughout the apartment. The condo is comprised of three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a private elevator, and those stunning views that the luxe building is known for.