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DONE DEALS: New Westhampton price record

A beachfront property with its own infinity pool just sold for $6.425 million, the highest Bayfront sale on Dune Road since 2009.
The 6,000 s/f home at 102 Dune Road (pictured top) sits atop a 3.2-acre site in Westhampton Beach. Built by Chatham Development Company, the seven-bed, 7-bath home has a heated saltwater infinity edge pool, pool house and deep-water dock.

ROB CANBERG

Rob Canberg, broker with Nest Seekers International, worked alongside celebrity broker Ryan Serhant to seal the deal. Canberg said the picturesque property that was listed at $6.75 million wasn’t without its problems though.
“Many brokers said there would be roadblocks, like the close proximity to Beach Lane Bridge and the Rogers Beach parking lot,” Canberg said. “I never let these things stop me and never doubted my strategy and expertise.”
Canberg added that properties in Westhampton, Quogue and the Hampton Bays often get overlooked, but they are just as comparable to others in the Hamptons.
“These challenges fueled me to work even harder for my clients,” Canberg said.

MANHATTAN
Morningside Heights
301 W110th St. #1P
$600,000
Move-in ready one-bedroom, 1-bath condo in the Towers on the Park complex. Living room with hardwood floors and garden views through a wall of windows. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and microwave. Other features include three closets, entry vestibule and bathroom with rain shower. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, security, residents’ laundry, lounge and bicycle storage. On-site supermarket, cafe, dry cleaners, nail salon and liquor store. Asking Price: $600,000. CC: $361. Days on the Market: 37 weeks. Agents: Christopher Butt, Citi Habitats; Amelia Gewirtz, Halstead Property.

Upper West Side
176 W87th St. #2E
$999,999
Two bedroom, 1-bath currently configured as a one-bedroom home with an oversized living room with French doors leading to a dining room. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, period moldings, built-in bookcases, large rooms, and generously-scaled entry hall/gallery. Asking Price: $995,000. CC: $1,630. Days on Market: 27 Days. Agents: Brian K. Lewis, Compass; Talia McKinney of NestSeekers.

Turtle Bay
230 E50th St. #3A
$862,500

Two bedroom, 1.5-bath co-op in a pre-war property built in 1927. Estate condition home has living room with beamed ceilings and a new casement window and wood-burning fireplace. Windowed kitchen and the two south-facing bedrooms overlooking the building’s private garden. Good closet space plus additional basement storage. Two apartments per landing. There is a full-time doorman, live-in super, roof deck, private garden and laundry room. Asking price: $899,000; CC: $2,665. Days on Market: 88 days. Agents: Louisa Gillen and Chris Palminteri, The SIMPLE Real Estate Co. (left).

NoMad
50 W29th St. #9E
$3,175,000
Three bedroom, 2-bath unit with entryway, living room with corner views to the east and north through Panorama windows. Custom iron and glass French doors connect the living space to a home office/third bedroom with a desk with a hydraulic lift computer/TV screen. Asking price: $3,450,000. CC: $1,447. Days on Market: 170 days. Agents: Clayton Orrigo, Stephen Ferrara and The Hudson Advisory Team of Compass; Frank Giordano of Compass.

Gramercy
340 E23rd St. #10E
$1,600,000

BRIAN MORGAN

Corner two-bedroom, 2-bath condo with floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors and in-unit Bosch washer/dryer. Kitchen with Miele appliances, SubZero fridge and European-style cabinetry. Master bath with a double vanity, tub and separate shower stall. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, lounge with library, theater and billiard room and a landscaped roof deck with private cabanas and East River views. Asking Price: $1,675,000. CC: $1,319. Days on the Market: 9 weeks. Agents: Edward Ham, Douglas Elliman; Brian Morgan, Citi Habitats.

Greenwich Village
42 W13th St. #3E
$767,500
One bedroom, 1-bath co-op in a low-rise, pre-war property built in 1886. Oversized windows, balcony, dining area, 11 ft. ceilings, exposed brick, hardwood floors, subway tiled bathroom and low maintenance. The Bakery Building has a live-in super, elevator, laundry room and bike room. Asking price: $799,000. CC:$1,118. Days on the Market: 75 days. Agents: Louisa Gillen and Chris Palminteri, The SIMPLE Real Estate Co.

East Village
526 E5th St.
$6,100,000

JOSH DOYLE

Four-storying single family townhouse with seven bedrooms and five baths. Entrance hall with a built-out coat closet, marble mantle fireplace and custom staircase, living/dining room transitions to a three-exposure extension housing the eat-in kitchen with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Stairwell access to the garden and a windowed powder room. Asking price: $6,995,000. Days on Market: 345 Days. Agents: Nick Gavin, Josh Doyle and The Gavin | Doyle Team of Compass; Prince Dockery of The Prince Team of Compass.

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