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A pool in the living room

In Manhattan, you’re lucky to find a home with parking much less a swimming pool. But if you look hard enough, you will find one in Chelsea. Yes, a home with a one of a kind and no longer permitted … Continue reading

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A Manhattan home with a garage (sort of)

It’s not every day you find a house with a garage in Manhattan, but there is one located in the West Village. The five-bedroom town house at 230 West 10th Street has been on the market since 2009, dropping about … Continue reading

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The Sloane mansion

Back in 2008 when we were all richer than rich, at least in our imaginations, the Sloane mansion went on the market for a mere $64-million dollars. The small price to pay for one of New York City’s most prized … Continue reading

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Live next door to Woody Allen

If neighbors matter, this home on East 70th Street will add to your name dropping list. You have Woody Allen and his wife on one side and the Coach king, Reed Krakoff, across the street. The home itself is a … Continue reading

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Co-op with a view (of a parade)

When looking for a home that is virtually impossible to obtain in Manhattan, I try to find something of historical value or unique charm. This one has a view of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The home on the Upper … Continue reading

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