Manhattan | 203 East 72nd Avenue, No. 24A
Lenox Hill Co-op
A two-bedroom, two-bath, roughly 1,350-square-foot nook condo with two entry closets; a windowed galley kitchen; a major suite with three closets, a washer dryer and an en suite tub; and a second bed room with a built-in desk; and a small balcony, on the twenty fourth flooring of a 27-story doorman constructing with a concierge, porter, live-in constructing supervisor, upkeep group, roof deck, courtyard, health club, and shared storage and laundry. Joelle Jensen and Lydia Sussek, Douglas Elliman, 646-285-8809; elliman.com
Widespread expenses: $3,469 a month
The nook home windows provide expansive northern and western views. The second bed room and toilet might be closed off by a door, creating a collection.
The format is odd, with the first bed room solely accessible by way of the lobby; and the opposite bed room solely accessible by way of a hallway off the kitchen and dwelling areas. The month-to-month upkeep is a bit excessive.
Manhattan | 250 West 88th Avenue, No. 208
Higher West Aspect Apartment
A 422-square-foot studio that has an entry closet, a kitchen with a dishwasher and breakfast bar, a sleeping space behind a ceiling-mounted shoji display screen, and a walk-in closet, on the second flooring of an eight-story 1920 doorman constructing with a live-in superintendent, laundry and bike rooms, and additional storage. Nancy Donahue and Melissa Leifer, Keller Williams, 917-364-1274; kwnyc.com
Widespread expenses: $546 a month
Taxes: $351 a month
Short-term evaluation: $92.30 a month by way of March 2030
The month-to-month charges are low, even with a further evaluation.
The constructing lacks facilities, similar to a health club, and doesn’t permit pets. There’s no thermostat to regulate the warmth.
Staten Island | 294 Howard Avenue
Grymes Hill Home
A seven-bedroom, four-full-and-two-half-bath, 5,275-square-foot brick home in-built 1935, with arched doorways; a chestnut-paneled eating room; a lounge with a hearth; a big kitchen, a major bed room suite with a jetted tub and a spiral staircase to an attic; two third-floor bedrooms; a completed basement with a hearth, kitchenette, full lavatory and a washer dryer; central air-conditioning; a slate roof; a three-car storage; and an in-ground pool, on 0.32 acres. Jessica Schoenholtz, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, 917-553-5737; sothebysrealty.com
Taxes: $14,895 a 12 months
The house has charming classic particulars, together with a landline telephone vestibule, a porthole laundry chute and authentic lighting fixtures. It’s nicely situated, 10 minutes from the Staten Island expressway and ferry.
It’s a big home to warmth, cool and preserve. The washer/dryer is way from the bedrooms.
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