New York City's Most Expensive Home Hits Market
It is over 62,000 square feet and priced at a cool $130 million. New York City's most expensive home is located in midtown Manhattan over the East River among a 26-story co-op, in a section called Beekman Place.
The nation's fourth most expensive property to hit the market, The Residence, as it is being called, is five levels with a private entrance and innumerable lavish amenities. Acting as a private club since 1931, the Residence is on the market for the first time after failed attempts to renew a long-term lease deal. At over 62,000 square feet this posh midtown manse is the largest single family residence in New York City.
The property boasts a massive indoor swimming pool, IMAX screening room, squash and tennis courts, a full spa, wine cellar, and card room. The sale of the home includes design plans for a 15,000-square-foot master suite level, along with a separate level designed specifically for staff quarters and living.
At approximately $2,100 per square foot, the property is less expensive in price-per-square-feet than most other nine-digit home sales. The Residence has played host to some of history's most exclusive characters, known for turning down the most famous and elite.
New York City’s most expensive home is listed by Brown Harris Stevens. With 30 rooms total, 8 bedrooms, and 10 bathrooms, this New York City residence is truly one-of-a-kind.
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