Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx


Manhattan | 575 Park Avenue, No. 509

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 750-square-foot prewar apartment with built-in bookshelves and a beamed ceiling in the living room; a windowed kitchen with a dishwasher, wine refrigerator and two-burner electric range (but no oven); a windowed bath with a stall shower; a foyer; and herringbone-patterned hardwood floors, in a 16-story doorman elevator landmark at East 63rd Street that has a gym. Lauren Cangiano, Brown Harris Stevens, 646-286-5900; bhsusa.com

Maintenance

$3,433 a month

Pros

The building began life as a hotel, which explains quirks like the tiny kitchen and complimentary daily housekeeping. The foyer could fit a dining table. The living room and bedroom face south.

Cons

The co-op sits on leased land, which is part of the reason the monthly fees are so high. But the apartment’s price is lower than usual to compensate.

Manhattan | 163 East 81st Street, No. 8C

A two-bedroom, one-bath, 950-square-foot prewar apartment with a combined living and dining room that has a fireplace; a galley kitchen with a dishwasher and breakfast bar; a primary suite with a windowed bath; a second bedroom currently serving as a home office; and beamed ceilings, in a 10-story building with a doorman, live-in superintendent and basement laundry room. Danica Cordell-Reeh, Compass, 917-353-2107; compass.com

Maintenance

$3,405 a month

Pros

The kitchen has a window and southern exposure.

Cons

The bathroom can only be reached through the primary bedroom.




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