Most popular listings in The New York Times Find a home web in October all transferred from rounding of previous months; and all but one, which is a $ 359,000 collaboration at Inwood, are expensive, from $ 1,295 million to $ 88 million.
5. For you and a dozen guests
USD 19,000,000 | 187 Umpawaug Road, Redding, Conn.
This massive “gentleman’s farm” with an area of 50 acres fell from fourth place to fifth place in September and has been one of the most popular listings since June. The main house with seven bedrooms is initially surrounded by three guest houses, a swimming pool and a pond with an area of three acres.
4. Upscale Waterfront Living
$ 4,999,000 | 1075 W Park Avenue, Long Beach, NY
Moving from third to fourth, this 8-room house in the 8,339-square-foot bay attracts nature lovers with its dock and heated saltwater pool – if they’re ready for a monthly tax bill of $ 5,895.
Broker: Century 21 American Homes
3. Totally different price group
359 000 USD | 251 Seaman Avenue, No. 3D, Inwood
Moving to third place after holding in fifth place in August and September, this renovated 795-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bedroom cooperative building is an Art Deco building a block from the 200-acre Inwood Hill Park.
$ 88,000,000 | 9 East 71st Street, Upper East Side
This 2,800-square-foot Manhattan townhouse, which falls from its highest point in September, is exactly online as a “gargantuan.” The term also describes the shadow of its former owner, Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender who died in prison in August 2019.
Broker: Modlin Group LLC
1. Roof refuge
$ 1 295 000 | 130 West 86th Street, No. 16A, Upper West Side
This heavenly terrace is open from September 1st to the fourth in August and is connected to the one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment. New kitchen and bathroom and proximity to Central Park are bonuses.
Broker: Corcoran Group
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