Top Open Houses This Weekend

Looking for a new place to live or just curious about what's on the market? Check out our top open houses this weekend. 

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Upper East Side

WHERE:  170 East End Ave Apt: 3H

SIZE: 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths

COST: $3,425,000

WHEN: Thursday, July 26th, By Appt Only

About:   There are 2 private balconies one off the living room & one off the master bedroom. The floors are a richly stained oak. A beautiful Japanese style translucent sliding door opens into one of the guest rooms that can also be an office. The kitchen has top of the line appliances such as a Subzero refrigerator, a Wolfe oven & range & a Miele dishwasher. Each bedroom has custom fitted closets & custom Italian Perlino Bianco marble finishes. The generously proportioned master suite has a balcony and a large custom fitted walk-in closet. The master bath has Italian marble finishes, double sinks, a soaking tub & a separate shower stall. 170 EEA was custom designed by the renown architect Peter Marino who also designed the Getty whose penthouse just broke all downtown records.

170 EEA is a top luxury condo that offers a concierge, doorman and daytime concierge who offers a concierge attaché service. There is an onsite garage as well as great space, privacy, and a contemporary design. The large elegant lobby has striated marble floors and a private garden with a waterfall. There is also a common roof deck. The building has such outstanding amenities that you may never want to leave home! There is a fully equipped gym, squash court, basketball court, golf simulator, playroom , art room , a billiard's room, 40 seat screening room, a dance & yoga studio, a fully equipped Pilates room, a family interactive center with arcade games, bike room, and a large library where weekday continental breakfasts are provide. 

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Hamilton Heights

WHERE:  327 Convent Ave

SIZE: 6 Bed | 4.5 Bath

COST: $3,700,000

WHEN: Sunday, July 29 2:00PM - 3:00PM Viewing by appointment only.

About:  This 20 foot wide five story townhouse is located on one of the most desirable blocks in Harlem. Designed by architect Adolph Hoak in 1890 this neo-Tudor style home is the definition of elegance. Experience suburb living in the city with a front and rear garden. With almost 5000 sq ft this brick and brownstone townhouse has all of its original details still intact.

Walking into the receiving room on the parlor floor you’re greeted by large mahogany pocket doors, parquet floors with Mahogany inlays, 12 foot high ceilings with Original Crown Molding, 3-fireplace mantles and oversize windows with functioning window shutters. On the upper floors there are a total of six bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, 6 fireplaces and a 15 foot skylight. Below is a one bedroom one bath garden floor apartment with access to the backyard. 

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Upper West Side

WHERE: 118 West 76th Street

SIZE: 7 Bed | 8.5 Bath

COST: $42,000 a month

WHEN: By appointment only

About:  Its 8,500 sq ft with 7 bedrooms and 9! bathrooms, elevator and 1,000 bottle wine cellar.  While the front remains historic – the back of the house has been replaced with a wall of glass overlooking the private backyard. Featuring sleek modern elegances and classic design elements, this 6 story townhouse offers 7 levels of glorious living. This 7 bedroom, 9 bath residence, embraces an expansive open floor plan while offering all the luxuries and comforts a home can offer.

Step on to the six floor to experience a recreation room, fitted with a pool table and wet bar perfect to entertaining. Direct access to two rooftops which are a perfect place to host a party, or sit back and enjoy the amazing views Upper West side has to offer.Take the elevator to the perfectly designed cellar which features a state of the art 1000 Bottle wine cellar, high ceilings and is utilized as a game room, gym and storage space.

118 West 76th proudly stands in the Heart of the Upper West Side. Just minutes away from an array of dining experiences, shopping, The Museum of Natural history and Central Park.

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