The majority of the most expensive homes for sale in America are found in New York, reports Curbed National.
Among the most expensive properties currently for sale in the country, there are 75 alone in New York with a list price of $30 million or over, reports Curbed. Here is a list of the nine most expensive:
10 West St., $118.5 million:
In Manhattan’s Battery Park is the city’s priciest listing, a three-unit penthouse combination in the Ritz-Carlton. The three units are currently owned by two separate people, but the combined 15,434-square-foot interiors, plus 2,193 square feet of terrace space, will theoretically be sold as a package.
12 East 69th St., $114 million:
Vincent Viola, the owner of the Florida Panthers, and his wife Teresa are selling this 19th-century Manhattan townhouse, after buying it for $20 million in 2005. The 20,000-square-foot residence boasts floors made from old railroad tiles, a Venetian-onyx elevator, a 900-square-foot dining room, gold-leafed walls and a red-velvet home theater.
156 West 56th St., $100 million:
This triplex penthouse was first listed in 2012, and is now on the market again without a broker, making it the most expensive “For Sale By Owner” house in the country. Features include over 8,000 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 9 baths, a private elevator, wine cellar, separate maid quarters and an additional 3,000 square feet of exterior space.
2 East 61st St., $95 million:
This penthouse triplex at The Pierre Hotel belonged to the late financial expert Martin Zweig and encompasses the 41st, 42nd and 43rd floors. Beautiful 360-degree views of Manhattan can be enjoyed in this incomparable property. It also includes the original ballroom at The Pierre Hotel.
635 West 42nd St., $85 million:
The Atelier on 42nd Street near the Hudson River has lumped together nine apartments on its 45th floor and is selling them together for $85 million. The package would total 10,000 square feet and incredible views, and would also include a $2 million construction credit.
432 Park Ave., 94th floor, $82.5 million:
The six-bedroom, seven-plus-bath, 94th-floor penthouse of 432 Park Ave. enjoys panoramic views of Central Park and the city. Features include a wood-burning fireplace, a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a wine cellar and a spacious master suite.
1 Central Park South, $80 million:
Tommy Hilfiger is selling his Plaza penthouse, which is made of three combined units. Features include one of the Plaza’s domed turret-towers; a custom-painted Eloise mural by Hillary Knight, the book’s original illustrator; and a terrace with Central Park Views.
432 Park Ave., 88th floor, $76.5 million:
This full-floor, 8,055-square-foot penthouse features five bedrooms, seven baths, panoramic views of Central Park and the city. The interiors boast solid oak flooring, soaring ceilings and expansive windows.
25 Columbus Circle, $68 million:
Time Warner Center’s penthouse 78 boasts nearly 400 feet of views in four directions, including over 120 feet of Central Park views. It is the largest full-floor penthouse with over 8,000 square feet and is on the highest floor available on the market.