One Posh NYC Opportunity Ranks as This Week’s Priciest New Property

realtor.com What’s better than one extra-luxe apartment in a storied Manhattan address close to Central Park on the Upper East Side? How about two of them? Listed for $29.8 million, units 11N and 11S at 995 Fifth Ave. have come together to create this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®. The two units, which are on […]

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Built in 1877, Historic Hamptons Home Hits Market for Whopping $55M

realtor.com It’s another sizzling summer season in the Hamptons. A beachfront property known as Kilkare has washed up on the market for $55 million. It’s only the second time in 140 years that the shingle-style vacation getaway in Wainscott, NY, has been up for sale. Built in 1877 by ship carpenters, the three-story, 5000-square-foot beach house has been “compassionately restored with […]

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Will a $27M Price Slice Help Seal Deal on Luxe Condo in Prime NYC Location?

realtor.com A prime location overlooking Manhattan’s Central Park. A prestigious address with the likes of George Soros as a neighbor. A 7,000-square-foot apartment with 15 rooms, 11-foot-high ceilings, and a private elevator. A place with such features practically sells itself, right? Well, there is another not-so-small detail: the price. When it landed on the market in April 2016, […]

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Fashion Designer Reem Acra Lists Vibrant Chelsea Condo for $5.5M

Kevin Mazur/WireImage Fashion designer Reem Acra, who has sent many a bride down the aisle in one of her popular wedding gowns, has listed her New York City apartment for $5.5 million, according to Luxury Listings. Located in the Chelsea neighborhood, the supersize 3,239-square-foot unit in the Chelsea Atelier building is the result of combining two apartments on […]

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Former NBA All-Star Wally Szczerbiak Lists Historic Long Island Mansion

Elsa/Getty Images After a solid 12-year career in the NBA, current CBS basketball analyst Wally Szczerbiak won’t require a hoop to pull off one of his biggest slam-dunks ever. The former baller has listed his 5.44-acre property in the historic Cold Spring Harbor area of Long Island for $13.8 million. He purchased the stunning home for $4.35 million in 2000, […]

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Topher Grace Selling His Luxe West Village Loft for $4.25M

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Actor Topher Grace, star of TV’s “That ‘70s Show,” has listed his supersized West Village loft for $4.25 million, says Luxury Listings NYC. Grace had bought the unit for $2.2 million in 2004, and rented it out in the past for $12,000 a month. The 1,858-square-foot, two-bedroom condo is a full-floor loft […]

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New York’s Upside-Down House Is Turning Heads

realtor.com This property’s peculiar nickname—the “upside-down house“—made our head spin. We were still baffled when we looked at the listing pictures. The property’s roof isn’t on its foundation, and the windows don’t open in a different direction. So why the topsy-turvy moniker? It’s actually simple. Thanks to the home’s original footprint, the property is built on the side of an […]

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Magnificent $48M Manhattan Mansion Is Our Most Expensive New Listing

realtor.com Located next door to the former Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com® could be considered a work of art unto itself. The recently restored Atterbury Mansion is back on the market for $48 million. Built in 1901, the historic townhouse was named for its […]

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Dick Cavett Selling His Beloved Tick Hall in the Hamptons for $62M

Matthew Eisman/Getty Images; realtor.com Few homes in the United States are as storied, or as beloved, as Tick Hall, the beachfront estate belonging to iconic talk show host Dick Cavett. Now it’s time to turn the page on the Montauk, NY, home’s illustrious history, as Cavett has put the property on the market for $62 million. The TV legend told the Wall […]

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Look Into Richard Bender’s Amazing Glass Cottage in Amagansett

realtor.com In 1960, a young architect named Richard Bender began to build a semiutopian community on a 20-acre property near the far end of Long Island, in a town popular with New York’s top artists and writers of the day. The project in Amagansett, NY, which he called Amenity, featured a small handful of Mid-Century Modern […]

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