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Prettiest NYC homes that hit the market this week

This week’s edition includes an Upper East Side maisonette and a gorgeous Brooklyn Heights carriage house

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!

Compass.

↑This gorgeous renovated Brooklyn Heights carriage house has returned to the market with a lower price tag that brings it down to $8.8 million from its original $10 million ask. The place was gut renovated by Baxt Ingui Architects, is a 5,200-square-foot home with five bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a garage, a huge central skylight, three separate outdoor spaces, and a roof deck with an attached den. Read more...

Compass.

↑In a four-story co-op building in Park Slope, a corner apartment with two bedrooms and one bathroom is asking $875,000. The space features a spacious living and dining area, an open kitchen with a central island, and access to a shared roof deck. Read more...

Stribling.

↑The six-bedroom Upper East Side maisonette of Gerald Erickson is back on the market, sporting some eclectic interior design and a price tag slightly higher than it last sought in 2014. The place is a duplex that opens onto a private 973-square-foot garden with landscape design by Madison Cox; a hand-painted Christopher Peacock kitchen, a master suite with custom millwork closets, five additional bedrooms; and more. Read more...

Brown Harris Stevens.

↑An enormous Upper East Side mansion from the early 20th century just hit the market, and as you might expect, the price is quite high: it’s going for $32.5 million. Located at 34 East 70th Street, it was once the palatial residence of James Warburg, an heir to the larger Warburg banking clan—the patriarch, Felix, was the owner of the opulent Upper East Side mansion that now houses the Jewish Museum. Read more...

Corcoran.

↑A one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, part of a landmarked East Village building, has hit the market for $879,000. The apartment has held onto some of its original details including the exposed red brick walls and pressed tin ceilings but also received modern additions like the revamped kitchen and bathroom. Read more...