Popular listings on the New York Times Find a Home website in November include two super-expensive homes, two sunny Manhattan apartments, and a smartly designed three-bedroom apartment in Montreal, Canada.
5. Cozy nest high up
$ 530,000 | 410 West 24th Street, No. 12I, Chelsea
The fifth most popular listing for November was a sunny, high-floor studio in one of Manhattan's coveted cooperatives, London Terrace Towers. The building has a 24 hour doorman who is great on site and makes use of a pool, steam rooms, and saunas.
Estate agents: Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC
4. I'm looking for: Lord of the Manor
$ 19 million | 187 Umpawaug Road, Redding, Conn.
This 50 hectare "Gentlemen & # 39; s Farm" has been one of our most popular offers since June. A lavish seven bedroom main house is surrounded by three guest houses, orchards, a working barn, and hiking and riding trails.
Estate agents: William Pitt / Julia B. Fee Sotheby & # 39; s International Realty
3. Très chic
929,744 USD | 849 Rue de l & # 39; Église, Verdun, Montreal, Canada
This neatly designed three bedroom, two bath condo has exposed plumbing and lightbulbs, interior glass walls, a bathtub, a garden and parking lot in one of Montreal's oldest neighborhoods.
$ 88 million | 9 East 71st Street, Upper East Side
Waiting for second place two months in a row, this 28,000-square-foot Manhattan home awaits a super-rich buyer willing to live in the former home of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died in prison in August 2019.
Estate agents: Modlin Group LLC
1. A dreamy terrace
$ 1.295 million | 130 West 86th Street, No. 16A, Upper West Side
First and foremost was this tasteful, sunny unit with one bedroom and one bath, a heavenly terrace and proximity to Central Park. A new kitchen and bathroom make it even more attractive.
Estate agents: The Corcoran Group
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