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DONE DEALS: Matt Lesser sets new West Village townhouse record

41 Charles Street
41 Charles Street

Matt Lesser, a partner at townhouse experts, Leslie J. Garfield, has set a new West Village pricing record.
He just closed on 41 Charles Street for $14.5 million, the most paid for a townhouse less than 20 ft. wide.
“41 Charles Street is an outstanding and enviable acquisition,ˮ said Lesser, who sold the fully renovated, five-story house to a South American buyer who’ll use it as a pied-a-terre.
41 Charles was originally a six-unit property that was sold by Leslie J. Garfield to a developer in 2012 for $6 million.
Architect Mark Zeff designed the renovation to include an elevator, penthouse addition and multiple indoor and outdoor spaces. The brick house has a garden, two Juliette balconies and a south-facing roof deck. The double parlour floor includes a sitting room and formal dinning room with a bar.
There is a full-floor master suite and an excavated basement that could house anything from a media room to a gym or even a staff suite.
Lesser listed the house at $15.9 million and it was on the market for three months.


Upper West Side
265 Riverside D.#8E
Living room with separate dining area, renovated windowed cooks kitchen that opens to the living room, master bedroom almost the size of the living room, and a renovated marble bath. Hardwood floors, 9.6 ft. ceilings, built-ins. CC: $1,593. Asking Price: $895,000. Time on Market 91 days. Agent: Kelly Killian, Rutenberg; Michael DeRosa, Halstead Property.

Lincoln Square
220 Riverside Blvd #4V
One bedroom, 1-bathroom with cherry hard wood floors, large windows and bedroom that accommodates queen size bed and desk/dressing table. Ktchen with steel appliances, black granite countertops. Marble bathroom with soaking tub and shower. In-unit vented washer /dryer stored in hall closet. Full service luxury building. CC: $716. Asking Price $1,050,000. Time on Market 27 Days. Agents: Wei Min Tan, Rutenberg; Daniel Chun, Elegran.

Kips Bay
245 E24th St.
Corner renovated alcove studio in post-war doorman building. Brand new kitchen. Open city views in building with landscaped roofdeck and laundry room. Asking price: $499,000. On market: 2 weeks. Agents: Klara Madlin Real Estate; Douglas Elliman.

39 E29th St. #28C


Modern two bedroom, 2-bath condo with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Teak hardwood flooring throughout. Open gourmet kitchen with Crystal White Stone countertops, Wenge wood cabinetry and fully integrated appliances including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, 5-Burner Thermador oven and cooktop, Cavalier 6-speed Vents, and a Fisher-Paykel dishwasher. Master Suite offers views of the Empire State Building, walk-in closet and a second custom-fitted closet. CC: $1,450. Asking Price: $2,875,000. Time on Market: 16 days. Agents: Gordon Von Broock, Douglas Elliman (pictured); Linda DeCoito, Rutenberg.

Greenwich Village
63 E9th St. #3L
One bedroom, 1-bath renovated apartment in Randall House. Open living room with dining alcove; windowed open kitchen, generous closet space (including multiple walk-ins) and solid oak floors throughout. Full service, pet-friendly cond-op currently undergoing a complete lobby renovation. 24-hour doorman, live-in manager, laundry on each floor, bike storage, garage. CC: $1,265. Asking Price: $1,200,000. Time on the Market: 16 days. Agents: Michael Johnson & Hayim Nommaz, The Corcoran Group; Teruyo Takagi & Luciana Menezes, Maison International.

West Village
2 Grove St. #5B


Art-deco style studio co-op with arched doorways, built-in bookshelves, picture frame molding and solid oak hardwood floors. Formal entry foyer, three closets and custom window shades. Separate kitchen with full-sized stainless steel appliances.Renovated bath overlooking private courtyard. Building amenities include a live-in super, elevator, laundry, bike room and common garden. Asking Price: $600,000. CC: $615. Days on the Market: 17 weeks. Agents: Brenda Victoria, LREB; Pia Vasquez, Citi Habitats (pictured).


Park Slope
322 6th St. #2
Pre-war one bedroom, 1-bath co-op. Home includes 20 ft. long main living room with dining area, hardwood floors, ceiling fan and built-in bookshelves. Open, L-shaped kitchen with white lacquer cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, including dishwasher. Modern ceramic tile bath and generous closet space. Building offers laundry facilities and storage units. Asking Price: $499,000. CC: $717. Days on the Market: 8 weeks. Agents: Isil Yildiz, Compass; Alex Gandelman & Mario Mangiameli, Citi Habitats.


27-17 Crescent St. #3A
One bedroom, 1-bath with custom cabinetry and full-size stainless steel kitchen appliances. Private balcony off the living room . King-size bedroom with closet. 10-unit condominium with common roof deck, laundry room and full-time super. CC: $209. Asking Price: $649,000. Time on the Market: 15 days. Agents: Victoria Bongiovi, Corcoran Group; Charles Rutenberg Realty.

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