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Prettiest NYC homes that hit the market this week

This week’s edition includes a lovely Greenwich Village duplex and a huge loft-like apartment at the Sherry-Netherland

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!

Douglas Elliman.

↑This co-op is just one of four apartments in a five-story building on the cobblestone-paved Greene Street, between Prince and Spring Streets. Spanning 2,000 square feet, the home offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms, private elevator access, and large windows that fill the space with light. Read more…


Halstead Property.

↑Located within an Art Deco building on the Upper West Side, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is now on the market for $849,000. The apartment opens up into a foyer/gallery area, which looks into the windowed kitchen; the latter comes fitted with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and custom cabinetry. Read more…


Douglas Elliman.

↑This Greenwich Village duplex is a choc-a-bloc full of wood paneling and exposed brick. Located on the top two floors of a four-story building on Mercer Street, loft-style home comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a massive, private roof deck. Read more…


Douglas Elliman.

↑Much like the 13 other townhouses that make up the enclave that is Sutton Square, this house too has a storied past. It was built in 1921 for Henry Sprague, who earned his fortune by creating the Sprague Gas Meter. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home comes with seven wood-burning fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling paneled windows, a two-level, wood-paneled library on the top floor, and ceilings heights that range between nine feet five inches, and go up to nearly 15 feet. Read more…


Douglas Elliman.

↑The so-called “mezzanine,” within the the Sherry-Netherland Hotel has hit the market asking $32 million. Along with its five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, the apartment comes with an embarrassment of perks, including a 2,000-square-foot master suite, a wine cellar, a home theater, a 58-foot “gallery”, its own private elevator, and a library with a wet bar and a cigar room. Read more...