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New York City’s Top 10 Townhouse Sales of 2022

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12 East 63rd Street, 60-64 East 93rd Street, 8 East 62nd Street (Google Maps)

It’s been a year since the city’s townhouse market.

Townhouses remained in high demand after the 2021 heat wave, and have been facing headwinds longer than condos and co-ops.Analysis by real ‘s ACRIS filing found that while sales numbers haven’t kept up with last year’s levels, the dollar’s strength this year has already surpassed the 2021 total.

This year’s buyers have already spent nearly $700 million on townhouses, an increase of about $100 million from last year with two months to 2023.

12 East 63rd Street | $56 million

This seven-story Lenox Hill townhouse $56 million in January. The 13,000-square-foot home features a full-floor primary he suite with seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, separate dining space, bathroom, and private garden terrace. It first went public in 2015 for $77 million.

60-64 East 93rd Street | $52.5 million

One in New York City largest townhouse closed in June at $52.5 million, making it the second-highest-grossing of the year. The 57-foot-wide house was built in the 1930s for socialite Virginia Graham Fair Vanderbilt. Then the Permanent Permanent Mission to the United States in Romania and later Lycee Francedo his New York was housed.

8 East 62nd Street | $50 million

The third most expensive townhouse seller in 2022 would have liked to have appeared higher on this list. Keith Rubenstein of Somerset Partners sold the palatial mansion for $50 million, six years after it first went public for $84.5 million. The six-story, 15,000-square-foot mansion features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a rooftop terrace, massage rooms, gym, and spa with sauna.

27 East 11th Avenue | $35 million

Founder of Chipotle Steve Elles After purchasing this property for $29.5M in October 2021, I quickly cleaned out this West Village townhouse in June. He never intended to linger, Ells lived there while waiting for construction to be completed on the huge mansion across the street. Once John F. Kennedy’s White House This former doctor’s home, located at 27 East 11th Street, has modern amenities such as underfloor heating and large skylights.

22 East 67th Street | $27 million

This Upper East Side mansion familiar to the headlines. The house was sold to him for $27 million in July after being embroiled in a riot. Short-term rental scandal As a result, the seller, Claudio Guazzoni dei Zanett, was fined $8,000. The 22 foot wide multifamily townhouse has 2,300 feet of outdoor space and can be reconfigured into a single family home.

15 East 88th Street | $26.5 million

This 9,600-square-foot Delano & Aldrich mansion sold for nearly $3 million less than the asking price. The eight-story home features a mahogany-paneled library, 15-foot ceilings, original moldings, and elevators to all eight floors.

248 Central Park West | $26 million
One Last three detached houses This six-story, 10,000-square-foot townhouse in Central Park West traded as the most expensive in the neighborhood on record. This home was built in his 1887 and has a heated pool, 6 bedrooms, 2 skylights, 4 balconies, landscaped gardens and a landscaped roof deck. It also features a virtual doorman and dehumidification system.

20 East 73rd Street | $25 million

Some browse sale racks looking for a deal, others keep an eye out for bankruptcy proceedings.This 12,000-square-foot home is rumored to have once been owned by a movie star Grace Kelly, was first put on the market in 2015 by the Ender family before going into a foreclosure that was stopped by bankruptcy proceedings. Located 2 blocks from Central Park, this historic home has 2,000 square feet of air rights.

32 West 76th Street | $22.2 million

This 11,000 square foot home It sold for $22.2 million in late March. The seller said he paid $10 million in 2014 for an intestinal renovation of a six-bedroom, six-bathroom home. The house also has a roof terrace with an outdoor kitchen. This is part of over 2,200 square feet of outdoor space attached to the property. There is also an indoor basketball court, a wine cellar, and a gym.

228 West 11th Avenue | $21.5 million

Rounding out the list is a renovated townhouse that took the top spot in Olshan Realty’s weekly report. when contracted in July. $3.5 million below his asking price, the home includes low property taxes, six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a hot tub.

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