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The most expensive homes in New York

Toni Koraza

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New York City itself is known to have expensive housing costs, but those prices throughout the entire state can vary depending on where you are.

Despite the ongoing pandemic, real estate in the United States has been in a sellers’ market for some time now. It’s no wonder so many people want to downsize while they can get the best value for their property, while others are taking the chance to upgrade after finding their industry boomed because of the pandemic.

Let’s take a moment to look at some of the architectural wonders available on the market in New York.

The Mylestone Estate in Southampton, NY (Undisclosed Address)

This 11-bedroom, 16-bath waterfront estate does not provide a disclosed address but is currently listed for $175,000,000 on Zillow.

This mansion is more than 15,500 square feet and boasts 500 feet of beach waterfront on more than eight acres of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Shinnecock Bay. You’re surrounded by water and lush green land no matter what direction you look.

The Penthouse at 432 Park Ave. in New York City

Even if you’ve never been to New York, you'll know where this penthouse is if you’ve seen pictures of Central Park.

432 Park Ave. is a residential skyscraper that stands almost 1,400 feet tall and overlooks Central Park in Manhattan. The penthouse, one of six penthouses in the building, is listed on Zillow for $169,00,000 and contains over 8,200 square feet of modern living space. It includes six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and the best view of New York City that money can buy.

432 Park Ave. #79 in New York City

Another condo is for sale at 432 Park Ave. It isn’t on the top floor but still enjoys breathtaking views of Central Park.

With five bedrooms and six baths, this condominium totals more than 8,000 square feet and still has private elevator access. The property is currently listed on Realtor.com for $135,000,000. The neutral tones throughout the home help make the view outside that much more vibrant.

What’s Your Favorite Home From the List?

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