The most popular entries on the New York Times Find a Home website in October were all taken from summaries from previous months. and all but one, a $ 359,000 cooperative in Inwood, are expensive, from $ 1.295 million to $ 88 million.
5. For you and a dozen guests
$ 19,000,000 | 187 Umpawaug Road, Redding, Conn.
This huge, 50-acre "Gentlemen's Farm" fell from fourth in September to fifth place and has been one of the most popular offers since June. A seven bedroom main house is surrounded by three guest houses, a pool, and a three acre pond, to start with.
Estate agents: William Pitt / Julia B. Fee Sotheby & # 39; s International Realty
4. Upscale waterfront life
$ 4,999,000 | 1075 W Park Avenue, Long Beach, NY.
This five-bedroom, 8,339-square-foot [8,339-square-meter] bay house moves from third to fourth and attracts nature lovers with its dock and heated saltwater pool – if they're ready for the $ 5,895 monthly tax burden.
Estate agents: Century 21 American Homes
3. A different price range overall
$ 359,000 | 251 Seaman Avenue, No. 3D, Inwood
This affordable, 795-square-foot, renovated one bedroom, one bath cooperative is in third place after ranking fifth in August and September. It is located one block from 200 acres of Inwood Hill Park.
88,000,000 USD | 9 East 71st Street, Upper East Side
This 28,000-square-foot Manhattan townhouse, which fell from the top in September, is precisely referred to as "gigantic" online. The term also describes the shadow of its former owner Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died in prison in August 2019.
Estate agents: Modlin Group LLC
1. Haven on the roof
$ 1,295,000 | 130 West 86th Street, No. 16A, Upper West Side
This heavenly terrace has moved up to first place from the second in September and the fourth in August and has an apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom. The new kitchen and bathroom as well as the proximity to Central Park are bonuses.
Estate agents: The Corcoran Group
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