Category / Luxury Listings

117 East 83rd Street

294 Round Hill Road

41 Charles Street – Townhouse

The Stunning Apartment No One Wants

It’s normally not too difficult to sell a luxury apartment in New York.  According to a recent report by Douglas Elliman, luxury properties in Manhattan average only 90 days on the market. This makes a mystery out of the gem of a penthouse on the 51st and 52nd floors of One Beacon Court that has been on the market for more than a year now. The apartment’s owner, Stephen Cohen, the ill-famed hedge fund manager, is rumored to be downright confused and irritated. To be sure, there is nothing wrong with the property itself. The 9,000 square foot…

246 East 68th Street – Townhouse

Townhouse Facade - Real Estate Photography by Duplex

246 East 68th Street – a very unique, Georgian revival style townhouse is another listing for Leslie J. Garfield Real Estate that we created photographs and floor plans for. 68th street is a great townhouse street, and this old world gem does not disappoint. There are always unique architectural details that make photographing older buildings exciting, but this townhouse in particular was chock full of surprises. Take for example, this unbelievable 16’6″ x 42′ double layer garden that the dining room opens up to: Or if wood-paneled libraries and photographic symmetry are more your style, check this out: The…

The Best Celebrity Apartments in New York

For most people living in New York, finding a room with its own closet in a shared apartment is about as good as it gets. The thought of a walk-in closet, a balcony, or dare I say—actual outdoor space, is near unimaginable. But then there are the lucky famous few who manage to score the best properties in the city—spaces so large and immaculate that for a moment you could actually think that you’re staying at a grand estate in the English countryside as opposed to a Midtown townhouse. That is the greatest luxury…

The Most Colorful Apartment in New York

Are you looking for a show stopper of an apartment with views of Central Park? Do you have a penchant for brocade, wallpaper, bright colors and $24 million in the bank? Then look no further than this Fifth Avenue co-op which laughs unabashedly in the face of modern minimalist décor. Beginning with the building itself, 1060 Fifth Avenue was designed by JER Carpenter, the architect behind many of New York’s most well-known luxury residential buildings. It’s a pre-war construction that finished in 1928 and was converted to a co-op in 1953. The façade is…

230 Central Park South – 7DE/8D

230 Central Park South Unit 7DE-8D, is a beautiful two story, 2 bedroom apartment with an unbelievable neighbor: Central Park. Shooting properties for Lydia Sussek of Corcoran is always a treat. Here is her description of the listing: Imagine yourself enjoying direct views onto Central Park, with over 48-linear feet of park frontage on 2 gracious floors, your own front row seat to the Thanksgiving Parade and New Year’s Eve Fireworks in the Park. Top white-glove full service condop with flexible rules: Foreign ownership, investors, pied-a-terres, rentals & LLC purchase permitted, with no invasive…