To enjoy your life efficiently, choosing a luxurious house in New York City where you and your family will have the most comfortable life. Here is the list we compiled about top 10 most expensive townhouses located in New York City.
4 East 75th Street
Investor J. Christopher Flowers made a record-breaking $53 million for the Harkness Mansion at 4 East 75th Street a few years ago, and paid more for fixing it up with the aim of selling this place at around $50 million, but prospective buyers are reportedly looking to pay something in the $40 million to $45 million range for the 50-foot-wide home. More interestingly, J. Christopher cleaned up this expensive townhouse to make his property shine once again.
4 East 75th Street becomes one of the top 10 most luxurious townhouses in this city with the last sale price of $53 million while its market price is $27.2 million
9 East 71st Street
This 18,814-square-foot townhouse was last sold in 1989, but it had some significant exterior repairs in 2002. And now, its market value reaches around $30.1 million
15 East 81st Street
The townhouse is 16,233 square feet with $31 million in terms of market value. In fact, the place has been under the same ownership since 1984
5 East 68th Street
This 19,746-square-foot single-family home costs $31.9 million and belongs to Indonesia
36 East 67th Street
This place is considered as the only East 67th Street townhouse that hasn't recently been a fixer-upper
14 East 67th Street
When this house was last sold at $49 million in 2008, it was the fourth biggest sale of the last decade. 14 East 67th Street used to be the Guccione mansion, and it's now possessed by the Falcones who've made some repairs for this 18,240-square-foot house
690 Park Avenue
690 Park Avenue is a house with 19,580 square feet costing $35.5 million and belongs to a country
34 East 63rd Street
This 16,103-square-foot property in New York City doesn't appear to have been sold since 1995 and $35.5 million is its market value now
48 East 92nd Street
Before this house was last sold with $24.5 million in 2004 by Woody Allen and at present, the 14,414-square-foot house is currently owned by an LLC
601 Park Avenue
It needs to emphasize that 601 Park is at the bottom of the list in both size and estimated market value. Before it was sold at $31,789,500 in 2008, the most luxurious 9,400-square-foot townhouse cost $35 million in comparision with its assessed value: $25 million
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