Real estate in New York has always been known to impress. From the expensive price tags to the luxurious features and the amazing locations, listings in this market are always pushing the envelope. Here are 10 fabulously expensive homes for sale in New York State.
Nicknamed “The Pinnacle,” the penthouse of the historic Woolworth Building has had the NYC real estate community buzzing for years, and now it’s finally on the market. Although not much is known about the seven-floor penthouse, we know it occupies one of the oldest skyscrapers in the U.S., and that it has a 400-square-foot open-air observatory. If purchased at the asking price of $110 million, it will be the most expensive New York City apartment ever sold.
This sprawling, secluded estate rests on 42 acres of oceanfront Hamptons property—complete with a heated gunite pool and scenic pond, and a land preserve next door. The house, originally built for the Ford family, contains 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and around 20,000 square feet to wander around. The price tag on this home is $175 million.
This ornate, nearly $30 million estate sits on more than 40 acres of prime Long Island real estate. The Tudor-style home has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, a 75-foot pool, a five-car garage, a pool house, and two guest cottages.
Stone terraces overlooking a private cove of the St. Lawrence River, a boat house and guest house, several grand fireplaces—the list goes on. This 85-acre nearly $5 million property was built in 1883 as a gift for George Boldt’s daughter and retains its grandeur over 100 years later.
This Catskills estate is a masterpiece and priced at nearly $10 million. Picture regal stone facades, a wine cellar, exquisite details, and 90 acres of natural paradise to roam around. The enormous five-bedroom property also boasts a greenhouse, a storage barn, a guest house, and a clock tower.
The buyer of this historic Hudson Valley castle should expect four floors of Carnegie-style opulence—the elegant home was built for Andrew Carnegie’s daughter in 1927. Now on sale for $25 million, the estate boasts nearly 440 acres, 10 bedrooms, and 11 full bathrooms.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed two buildings on this heart-shaped island—a four-bedroom main house and a three-bedroom guest house. Although it’s not accessible by road, the island has its own docks and a helipad on the roof. This property boasts the hefty price tag of almost $15 million.
This $6.9 million contemporary home in Rockland County sits on the shore of the Hudson River just a 40-minute drive from New York City. With dramatic 30-foot ceilings, views of Hook Mountain, an in-ground pool, and plenty of natural light, this house is a real estate gem.
Six stories of fine stonework make up this $84.5 million Upper East Side mansion, constructed in 1903 by the architect John H. Duncan. The 15,000-square-foot house has been fully restored, and contains a wine cellar, a library, a pool, and a terrace. The building has views of Central Park.
The panoramic views from this 85th floor luxury apartment will make your jaw drop—Central Park looks laid out like a carpet. The nine-room, 6,240-square-foot apartment includes a library, steam room, powder room, great room, and more. This apartment is going for $70 million.