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Options this week include a castle-like Upper East Side condo and a Hamilton Heights co-op under $1 million

With New York on “pause” to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, open houses are out, and virtual tours via Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and other platforms are in. Join us for a virtual walk through six new listings, including a castle-like Upper East Side condo, a Hamilton Heights co-op under $1 million, and a charming two-bedroom in Clinton Hill.


A living area with hardwood floors, a fireplace, ceiling moldings, and light grey walls. Tina Gallo, courtesy of the Corcoran Group

42 Lexington Avenue, Clinton Hill
Specs: two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $1.799 million
Description: This charming 1,828-square-foot duplex condo has a ton of perks, including several private outdoor spaces such as a private yard and a roomy living area. It also has modern finishes throughout its interiors: Oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, a gas fireplace, and Carrara marble in its kitchen island.
Listing agent: Kelly Neinast and Kristin Neinast, the Corcoran Group
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A living area with a pink couch, a large window that looks over a balcony, pink curtains, and a chandelier. Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

1049 Fifth Avenue, Upper East Side
Specs: three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, condo
Asking price: $8.395 million
Description: To say this apartment is over-the-top might be an understatement. The castle-like condo has many posh details including a marble foyer, a decorative fireplace, doric columns, ceiling moldings, chandeliers, and pink onyx in its master bathroom. There are also two huge terraces surrounding the unit.
Listing agent: Michael Lorber and Alexander Boriskin, Douglas Elliman
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A living area with a large bookshelf, a beige rug, and light grey walls. Courtesy of Warburg Realty

35 Sutton Place, Sutton Place
Specs: one bedroom, two and a half bathrooms, co-op
Asking price: $1.95 million
Description: In Sutton Place, this sleek co-op penthouse (originally setup as a two-bedroom) has a huge master bedroom, a solarium, and space for a staff room or an office. It also has two walk-in closets, a large living room, and a wraparound terrace, which offers sprawling views of the East River.
Listing agent: Wendy Greenbaum
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A living area with bay windows, a fireplace, several bookshelves, and hardwood floors. Matthew Anderson/Courtesy of Laura Cook, Keller Williams

450 West 147th Street, Harlem
Specs: two bedrooms, one bathroom, co-op
Asking price: $680,000
Description: Inside a historic building, which sits within the Hamilton Heights Historic District, this cute two-bedroom co-op has plenty of old-world charm. It features bay windows, a fireplace, hardwood floors, base moldings, and French doors. Plus, it comes with an in-unit washer/dryer, a roomy living room, and three closets.
Listing agent: Laura Cook, Keller Williams NY
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A living area with arched windows, high ceilings, a light brown rug, and a green couch. Tim Waltman, Evan Joseph Images/Courtesy of CORE

30 East 10th Street, Greenwich Village
Specs: two bedrooms, two bathrooms, co-op
Asking price: $10.25 million
Description: This airy penthouse in the Greenwich Village is definitely worth taking a (virtual) look at. It has 11-foot ceilings, two skylights, a private keyed elevator, arched windows, two walk-in closets, and a gallery space. Additional perks include the building’s common roof deck, and, of course, its location, just steps from Washington Square Park.
Listing agent: Emily Beare, CORE
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A living area with beige walls, three windows, and a leather couch. Courtesy of Warburg Realty

56 Pine Street, Financial District
Specs: one bedroom, one bathroom, condo
Asking price: $699,000
Description: Another option under $1 million, this condo has a spacious living room, 10-foot ceilings, and Carrara marble in its bathroom. It sits inside a landmarked Romanesque Revival building, constructed between 1893 and 1894 by James G. Wallace, which, per the Landmarks Preservation Commission, represents “a period of great urban and business growth, as well as technological advancements in the building industry.”
Listing agent: Samantha Rose Frith, Joel E. Moss, and Zachary Sutton, Warburg Realty
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