Five New-to-Market NYC Homes That Ace Fireplace Season

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By Shari Gab

Five New-to-Market NYC Homes That Ace Fireplace Season
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05 January 2018

Browsing real estate is the highest form of escapism. With that in mind, we present The Listings, a monthly rundown (with pictures!) of the most extraordinary properties currently for sale in the NYC area.

$7,195,000
541 Hudson
West Village
Exposed brick, high ceilings, a Secret Garden of a backyard, vast windows, two terraces … oh, and a fine wood-burning fireplace. And if that wasn’t the recipe for a Village dream already, a luxury flower shop is popping up right below the property on the first floor. SEE MORE HERE  

$1,988,000
7 Middlemay Circle
Forest Hills
Just when you find yourself asking, “Why the hell would I ever move to Queens?”, here's a historic townhouse complete with a balcony and private garden. Goodbye filing cabinet on the Upper East. You’ll be nestled in front of your woodfire in a grand octagonal living room before retiring to the master suite with French doors before you can say “F train.” SEE MORE HERE

$10,495,000
425 West 50th Street
Hell’s Kitchen
If you just can’t shake your inner American Psycho, there’s the penthouse. And she’s a real looker. The fireplace in the great room is complemented by 1,074 sq. ft. of private terrace and one helluva river view. And there are more marble, metal and mosaic touches throughout than even William Van Alen would know what to do with. SEE MORE HERE

$4,799,995
195 Hudson Street
Tribeca
One-of-a-kind, light and bright loft living. But don’t fear the street noise nor the chill: the nine-foot windows amid the 12-foot ceilings are triple-paned. Measuring in at 2,400 sq. ft., the open layout makes the property feel significantly larger. Perks beyond the fireplace include a landscaped roof deck, underground parking and a downright silly amount of closet and storage space this future resident would certainly require. SEE MORE HERE

$8,995,000
838 Carroll Street
Park Slope
“Mansion priced to sell.” You have our attention. Have a gander at Park Slope’s prized gem, a true blue mansion built in 1888. Safe to say it’s been properly kept and superbly revived with 8 bedrooms, 11 baths and — get this — 13 wood-burning fireplaces. One of these crackling burners is even nestled in the opulent master bath, among a Calacatta marble steam shower and freestanding soaking tub. SEE MORE HERE

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