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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales

Harlem Lofts president Robb Pair has set a new pricing record for a neighborhood townhouse that just happened to be his own home.

ROBB PAIR

The veteran broker closed on 123 West 119th Street for $4.15 million, beating the previous $4.075 million that was paid for the late Maya Angelouʼs home on nearby West 120th Street last summer.
Pair bought the house 15 years ago and carried out a major renovation. He added a penthouse in 2012 and configured the 5,700 s/f building as a three-family townhouse with a large back garden.
The owner’s triplex has a 3,200 s/f open floor plan and some of the buildingʼs original ornamental ceilings and intricate woodwork, as well as a deck with steps to the landscaped backyard with its custom built-in grill.
“The sale is indicative of the direction of the rapidly gentrifying neighborhood, and a bright spot in Manhattan’s otherwise slowing real estate market,ˮ said Pair, noting that EVO Real Estate brought in the buyer, who will maintain the house as a rental.

MANHATTAN
Hudson Heights
273 Bennett Ave. #4C
$390,000
One-bedroom, high floor, corner apartment with foyer that leads to windowed livingroom. The kitchen has high-end stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and includes a full size dishwasher. There are hardwood floors and substantial closet space. Maintenance: $716.51. Asking Price: $390,000. Time on Market: 2 Weeks. Agents: Robert Bernstein, City Connections Realty; Matthew Bizzarro, The Bizzarro Agency.

Upper West Side
80 CP West. #25B
$4,750,000
Corner penthouse with two bedrooms, 2.5-baths and Central Park Views from the 25th floor. 1,450 s/f unit with living /dining space with access to wraparound terrace. Both bedrooms are en-suite and custom walcabinetry and closets throughout. Central air, white oak floors and oversized windows. Co-op with 24-hour doorman, live-in super, bike and common storage, roof deck and parking garage onsite. Asking Price: $5,400,000. Time on the Market: 27 day. Agents: Shii Ann Huang, Corcoran; Maryam Arjomand, Sloane Square LLC.

Turtle Bay
240 E47th St. #15C
$2,040,000
Renovated two bedroom, 2.5-bath corner apartment at DAG Tower Building. Foyer opens to living room with wall of windows offering east river views. Custom kitchen cabinets and co-ordinating built-ins in the dining area, granite counter-tops in kitchen and custom bathrooms, bamboo floors throughout. Master bedroom with walk-in closet and en-suite bath with floor to ceiling marble and onyx floors. Washer/dryer. Asking Price $2,095,000. CC: $1,616. Time on Market: 107 days. Agents: Harmanak Singh, Rutenberg NYC; Diana Chan, Douglas Elliman.

Gramercy
385 First Ave. #3B
$1,595,000
Split two-bedroom, two-bath condo in luxury new development. Corner living room with hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Open kitchen with white lacquer cabinetry and designer appliance package. Master bedroom with walk-in closet. Washer/dryer. Amenities include furnished courtyard, roof deck and fitness center. Asking Price: $1,595,000. CC: $1,248. Days on the Market: 2 weeks. Agents: Richard Hottinger, Corcoran; Steve Hallerman, Citi Habitats.

East Village
407 E12th St. 1RNW
$1,590,000

JENNIFER DINER

One-bedroom, 1.5 bath condo with private outdoor space. Fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and wine cooler. The all-glass solarium leads to a landscaped multi-level landscaped terrace with irrigation system and accent lighting. In-unit washer/dryer and generous closet space. Located in a boutique condominium that offers a package room, bike room, on-site resident manager and landscaped roof deck. Asking Price: $1,600,000. CC: $697. Days on the Market: 12 weeks. Agents: Erica Miller, Cantor-Pecorella; Jennifer Diner, Citi Habitats.

West Village
92 Perry St. #18
$1,330,000
Two bedroom, 1-bath condo on the 5th floor of a well maintained pre-war walk-up prewar. Open views of West Village, hardwood floors and exposed brick walls. Central air. An open plan kitchen with Bertazzoni stove, Miele dishwasher as well as a washer/dryer combo and dishwasher. Building is pet friendly. Asking Price: $1,390,000. Time on the Market: 120 days. Agents: Michael Johnson & Hayim Nommaz, Corcoran; Maria Goretti, Douglas Elliman.

Lower East Side
50 Clinton St. #3E
$1,950,000
Two bedroom, 2-bath condo. Master bedroom features two exposures and walk-in closet. White Dolomiti marble clad master bath bookened by a separate walk-in shower and a soaking tub and features brushed brass fixtures by Waterworks. CC: $1,035. Time on Market: 12 weeks. Agents: Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, Douglas Elliman Development Marketing; Christopher Kromer and Nora Ariffin, Halstead.

BROOKLYN
Park Slope
560 Carroll St. #3A
$775,000
One-bedroom, 1-bath condo with s over-sized windows, light maple wood flooring throughout. Chef’s kitchen equipped with all-Bosh appliances, granite counter tops, frosted glass and painted wood cabinetry and awalk-in pantry . The bedroom has two closets and the bathroom has floor-to-ceiling Lavastone tiles. CC: $478. Asking Price: $765,000. Time on Market: 8.5 Weeks. Agents: Tetsuo Matsumoto, Corcoran Group; Megan Niwinski, City Connections Realty.

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