New York’s most famous private residential building hits the market

New York’s largest and most important New York building, River House, located off FDR Drive on East 72nd street overlooking the East River, is up for sale at with $130M price tag. Built in the early 1930s, this landmark co-op building was the symbol of deluxe lifestyle and used to include such an exclusive private members’ club as to turn down celebs like Gloria Vanderbilt and Richard Nixon. Besides, it has also housed high-profile residents like Rothschild and Henry Kissinger.

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Historic Rhode Island manor on the market

This fantastic historic estate which is up for sale for $7 million is set on 13.64 acres in Newport, in “The Ocean State,” the nickname of Rhode Island, in the New England area of the States. Although its area is the smallest – lying between Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York’s Long Island – Rhode Island is the second most densely populated state.
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Glamorous New Zealand villa goes to auction

This double bay villa is one of the most fascinating villas in Tole Street, a highly sought-after area in Posonby, New Zealand. Stlylishly and tastefully designed, the luxury abode is spread over three levels with indoor and outdoor spaces galore. It boasts 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, one of which being an en suite. Unless sold before, the 288-square-meter residence is going to auction at 6.30 pm on 9th May, 2013.


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The Spencer Condominium in Upper East Side awaiting high-profile buyer

This sensational Pre-War terraced penthouse is located atop a limestone-sheathed apartment building which is truly one-of-a-kind. Designed in French neo-classical style, the 42-foot wide plush pad is among the few stunning architectural residences by noted architect Horace Trumbauer located in New York.


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West Side Story producer relists pricey townhouse in New York City

21-time Tony Award winner for directing and producing famous Broadway musicals, Hal Prince (Harold Smith Prince) is also deep into real estate, having sold or bought seven properties in Manhattan in the last ten years.  In 2009 Hal and his wife Judy purchased the luxury townhouse, for $12.5 million, in November 2012 they tried to sell it for $22 million, and now that they have dropped the asking price by $1 million.


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