The most popular listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in September ranged from a modest, $359,000 co-op, to the $88 million former home of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died in jail last year.
5. Steps From Inwood Hill Park
$359,000 | 251 Seaman Avenue, No. 3D, Inwood
Holding on to fifth place from last month, this 795-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a renovated kitchen and bath and a walk-in closet is in an Art Deco building with laundry, about a block from the 200-acre Inwood Hill Park.
Broker: New Heights Realty
4. A Country House With Everything
$19,000,000 | 187 Umpawaug Road, Redding, Conn.
This 50-acre “gentlemen’s farm,” built in 2014, has been a fixture in the top five since June. The seven-bedroom main house is just part of the estate, which also boasts three guest homes, a recording studio, a boat house, a tennis court and a three-acre pond.
$4,999,000 | 1075 W Park Avenue, Long Beach, N.Y.
This five-bedroom, four-full-and-three-half-bath house, built in 2008 right on the bay, has more than 8,000 square feet. The listing promises great views, a heated saltwater pool, a dock with three boat lifts, room for a lot of guests and parking for 10 cars.
Broker: Century 21 American Homes
2. Penthouse Near Central Park
$1,295,000 | 130 West 86th Street, No. 16A, Upper West Side
This one-bedroom, one-bath apartment with a large rooftop terrace moved up from fourth place in August. It has a new kitchen and bath inside, and a pleasant, muted color palette. Central Park is a block and a half away.
Broker: The Corcoran Group
1. Jeffrey Epstein Lived Here
$88,000,000 | 9 East 71st Street, Upper East Side
Up from third-place is the former home of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died in jail in August 2019. All that’s missing is a super-wealthy new owner who can manage to get past the home’s history.
Broker: Modlin Group LLC