The Most Fashionable Listings of September

The Most Popular Listings of September

The most popular entries on the New York Times Find a Home website in September ranged from a humble $ 359,000 cooperative to the $ 88 million former home of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who was in jail last year died.

Located in an Art Deco building with laundry facilities, about one block from 200 acres of Inwood Hill Park, this 795 square foot one bedroom, one bath cooperative with a renovated kitchen and one bath and walk-in closet is located in an Art Deco building with laundry facilities.

Estate agents: New Heights Realty

This 50 acre "Gentlemen's Farm", built in 2014, has been in the top 5 since June. The main house with seven bedrooms is only part of the property, which also includes three guest houses, a recording studio, a boathouse, a Includes tennis court and a three acre pond.

Estate agents: William Pitt / Julia B. Fee Sotheby & # 39; s International Realty

Built in 2008, this five-bedroom, four-full, and three-and-a-half bath home on the bay is over 8,000 square feet. The listing promises great views, a heated saltwater pool, a dock with three boat lifts, space for many guests, and parking for 10 cars.

Estate agents: Century 21 American Homes

This one bedroom, one bathroom apartment with a large roof terrace rose from fourth place in August. It has a new kitchen and bathroom, and a pleasant, muted color palette. Central Park is a block and a half away.

Estate agents: The Corcoran Group

In third place is the former home of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died in prison in August 2019. All that is missing is a super rich new owner who manages to overcome the history of the house.

Estate agents: Modlin Group LLC

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