Houses for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx

Manhattan | 42 West Ninth Street, No. 13

A three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath duplex co-op apartment with 11-foot ceilings and crown molding; a living room with an original mantel and fireplace; a windowed kitchen with a dishwasher; a fireplace in the primary and second bedroom; a lower-level den with exposed brick and a fourth fireplace; and a separate 850-square-foot space with a washer/dryer, on the ground floor of the Portsmouth, an 1883 building with a doorman and a laundry room. Michael Fabbri and Ryan Bourque, Nest Seekers International, 917-226-6132;

Common charges

$5,364 a month


The lower-level spaces could be renovated into an open floor plan. All four fireplaces are functional.


The building has no outdoor space, and the apartment has only one full bathroom.

Manhattan | 125 East 64th Street, No. 3

A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op apartment with 11-foot ceilings, a fireplace, eight-foot casement windows and built-in bookcases in the living room; an open kitchen and dining area with a wine fridge, pantry closet and dishwasher; a lofted bedroom with two closets, a built-in dresser and an en suite bath with a jetted tub, on the second floor of a five-story townhouse with laundry and free storage. Joan Kagan, Rachel Zack and Melissa Gaccione; The Agency, 917-992-9433;

Common charges

$1,491 a month


The living room’s grandeur is rare and the fireplace works. The maintenance fee is low for the area.


A raised parlor area with no protective railing might feel unsafe to some. While pieds-à-terre are permitted by the co-op, subletting and pets are not.

The Bronx | 1075 Grand Concourse, No. 2R

A three-bedroom, two-bath co-op apartment with a foyer that has a closet; a dining room with windows and built-in cabinets; a kitchen with granite floors, dishwasher and window seat; a primary bedroom with two closets and a windowed en suite bath with shower stall; a second windowed bathroom with a tub; updated plumbing and electrical wiring; triple-glazed windows; and original hardwood floors, in a six-story 1928 building with a porter, live-in superintendent and laundry. Ariela Heilman and Deborah Miller, Brown Harris Stevens, 646-922-4427;

Common charges

$1,643 a month


The kitchen is custom, as the seller is a designer of kitchens and furniture. There’s a lot of square footage and storage space for the money.


The building has no outdoor space. Yankee Stadium is nearby, so parking on game nights might be challenging.

Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.

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