Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx – The New York Times

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This week’s properties are on Central Park South, in the East Village and in Mott Haven.

Manhattan | 116 Central Park South, No. 3E
A 688-square-foot, one-bath condo with a glass atrium, a galley kitchen with a dishwasher, a sleeping alcove and a walk-in closet, on the third floor of an 18-story doorman building with a gym, shared laundry and a bike room. Melissa Alonso and Isabel Biderman, Nest Seekers International, 917-597-2401; nestseekers.com
COSTS‌‌
Common charges: $1,090 a month
Taxes: $646 a month
PROS
The atrium adds sunlight but the rest of the apartment has no windows. The apartment feels large. There’s opportunity for kitchen expansion.
CONS
Currently, through-the-wall air-conditioning is supplemented with a window unit because the glass atrium makes the space difficult to cool. The apartment is dated and the atrium shades need to be replaced.
Manhattan | 438 East 12th Street #4K
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,110-square-foot apartment that has wide plank oak floors, an open kitchen and living area with a wine fridge and breakfast bar, a marble en suite primary bathroom with radiant heated floors, a washer/dryer, 10-and-a-half-foot ceilings and bronze casement windows, on the fourth floor of Steiner East Village, an eight-story doorman building with a concierge service, a live-in resident manager, a bike room, storage cases and 16,000 square feet of amenities including an indoor pool, gym, children’s playroom and roof deck. Kristine Avery, NICHE Real Estate, 914-804-4887; mynichere.com
COSTS‌‌
Common charges: $1,500 a month
Taxes: $2,093 a month
PROS
The east and west exposures through the large casement windows offer nice views of treetops and the building’s central garden.
CONS
The primary bedroom has one closet, although it’s big and customized. The building’s private parking garage has only five spaces, and none have been for sale since 2020.
Bronx | 439 East 141st Street
A 2,880-square-foot multifamily house currently configured as a single-family three-bedroom, one-full-and-two-half-bath home with new bamboo flooring and an open kitchen and living area on the garden level; original exposed brick walls, beams and glass skylight; decorative marble fireplaces; an unfinished basement; and a backyard. Traci Byers, Brown Harris Stevens, 347-671-4729; bhsusa.com
COSTS‌‌
Taxes: $200 a month
PROS
The plumbing and electrical systems were updated in the past year, and the kitchen was redone in 2018. Original details from 1910 remain throughout the house.
CONS
The home still needs thorough renovations, particularly on the third floor, which has the only full bathroom. The kitchen has a strange configuration with a small fridge tucked under the stairs, far from the stove.
Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.
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