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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales

At 1111 Park Avenue, in Carnegie Hill, a home was listed for the first time in over 40 years.

Nestled in the heart of Carnegie Hill’s Historic District, peeping through tree branches, the elegant original nine-room apartment has a gracious and generous layout with timeless style.

CONSTANCE HOUGHTON

Originally listed for $5,395,000, the buyer closed on the apartment for well above asking price, for $5,465,000. Listed by Constance Houghton with Corcoran, the home was on the market for 168 days. Agent for the buyer was Fritzi Kallop of Brown Harris Stevens.

From a semi private elevator hall, through a 5’x8’ foyer, the large marble gallery flows into a 27′ living room with wood-burning fireplace and custom display hutch. Adjoining is a large formal dining room with butler’s pantry.

Completed in 1925 by the preeminent architectural firm of Schwartz and Gross, 1111 Park (pictured top) was considered one of the most prestigious full service buildings erected at that time.

MANHATTAN

Murray Hill
155 East 34th St. #11U

GEORGE CHENG

$630,000
Spacious north facing one bedroom apartment in a full-service building. Located in desirable Murray Hill near Penn & Grand Central Stations and subway 6 train. Shopping is only steps away! The building has a full-time concierge, laundry, roof deck and parking garage. Common Charges: $395.Time on Market: 41 Days. Asking Price $650,000. Buying Agent: George Cheng, Rutenberg NYC. Selling Agent: Ksenia Golenova, Nassimi Group.

Fulton/Seaport
77 Fulton St. #20J
$725,000
Located in the heart of the Financial District, this spacious 1 bedroom apartment with private terrace offers Southern exposures, high floor with views of the South Street Seaport. The kitchen features natural wood cabinets, granite counter tops. Large bedroom can accommodate king size bed. Laminate wood floors throughout. 24-hour security, laundry room located on the 2nd floor, storage room in bldg., indoor garage, gym on premises, supermarket. Steps to the Seaport, movie theatre, Wall Street, City Hall, Tribeca, and the new Fulton Street transportation HUB. Asking Price $700,000. Common Charges: $596. Time on Market: 89 days. Buying Agent: Arlyne Wishner, Rutenberg NYC. Selling Agent: Arlyne Wishner, Rutenberg NYC.

Upper East Side
969 Park Ave #5C
$1,635,000
Finished for the discerning buyer, this meticulously renovated, mint condition home has a total of 42 feet of frontage on Park Avenue. The classic prewar layout is complete with 10’3” beamed ceilings, a gracious entrance gallery, beautifully proportioned living/dining room with wood-burning fireplace, elegant master bedroom with separate dressing area, and a separate den/home office. Additional features include an exquisitely appointed, windowed chef’s kitchen with top of the line appliances, through wall A/C, a designer marble bathroom and capacious closets. Asking Price $1,695,000. Common Charges: $2,189. Time on Market: 20 days. Buying Agent: David Stout, Rutenberg NYC. Selling Agent: Jonathan Conlon, John Gasdaska, Corcoran Group.

Morningside Heights
170 Claremont Ave #10
$885,000
On a bucolic city street, surrounded by charming restaurants and coffee bars, lives a convertible 3 hidden gem, up two flights of a beautifully maintained 1920’s six-story building. On the same block as Manhattan School of Music, and just steps from Columbia University, and other major institutions in this culturally vibrant area. All rooms sport double windows, ceiling fans, AC units, and wood floors. Treetops sway outside the western windows, playing peek-a-boo with the cityscape of the UWS. The two bright & sizable bedrooms at the end of the long hallway are close to the renovated bathroom, and separated from the Master Bedroom, which is next to the spacious Living Room/Dining Room. Asking Price $895,000. Common Charges: $1,107. Time on Market: 32 Days. Buying Agent: Kelly Cole & Paul Cole, Corcoran Group. Selling Agent: Nanette Shaw & Isa Goldberg, Rutenberg NYC.

Lenox Hill
200 East 66th St. #D62
$2,773,375

CHRISTOPHER MOSELY

Grand two bedrooms, two bath residence with Southern and Eastern tree-top garden views. Oversized living room with separate dining area and custom plaster moldings. Four-inch quarter-sawn rift-cut white oak flooring throughout. Separate windowed kitchen featuring white Caesarstone countertops, Calacatta Gold marble backsplash, Viking Professional Series appliance package which includes a stainless-steel refrigerator, range, wine cooler and dishwasher. Master bathroom features Bianco Dolomite 12×24 marble tile, a double vanity, and radiant heated floors. Secondary bathroom features Bianco Gioia 12×24 marble tile. Other features include: Bosch washer and dryer, high-performance acoustic energy efficient windows and solid core doors. Apartment is FIOS ready.Common Charges: $1,592. Time on Market: 305 days. Buying Agent: Christopher Mosely, Rutenberg NYC. Selling Agent: Larry Kruysman, Corcoran.

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