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Luxury homes for sale

Fall for this pre-war apartment in a New York minute.

Address: 47 East 88th Street, Unit 6B, New York New York

Price: $4,050,000

Details: This perfectly configured three-bedroom home is an elegant pre-war apartment with generous exposure to the west, offering immense sunlight and a spacious living environment. Situated in one of the neighbourhood's most charming pre-war co-ops, the home is one block away from Central Park and the Guggenheim.

Inside scoop: The pre-war era signals exclusivity, because there’s only a certain number of properties that were built before The Second World War in New York. Pre-war apartments on the upper east side are very classic, with very square rooms, very formal dining rooms, high ceilings. The appeal for this property is that it’s at 88th and Madison. The whole apartment faces over Madison. It’s a great space. The hallway alone is over seven feet wide. It’s a classic.” – Ryan Serhant

You can always go downtown

Address: The Ritz-Carlton, Battery Park 10 West Street Apt: 16A

Price: $3,150,000

Details: A 1700 square foot, three-bedroom, two-bath residence with unobstructed views of the Hudson River framed by dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows. The condo has been completely customized by a professional designer, featuring wide plank, walnut flooring throughout, an elegant chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, and plenty of storage space.

Inside scoop: “This one is obviously very different. It’s part of a hotel, so you get access to all the hotel amenities: valet for your car, you name it. It’s a smaller space, and it’s right at Battery Park, so the monthly charges are a little bit higher. Battery Park is all families. The area has easy access to the park, and great green space. This property would be very attractive to a young couple or a young family, absolutely.” – Ryan Serhant

Own a Piece of Paradise on Miami Beach

Address: The Bath Club Estates, 6747 Collins Avenue, Miami, Unit 701

Price: $10,647,000

Details: Four bedrooms, four bathrooms and just under 5,000 square feet of unparalleled luxury. These full floor units include wraparound balconies with 360-degree views.

Inside Scoop: “The Bath Club estates sit on the last parcel of developable land on Miami Beach. We’re in an historic Art Deco district and you can’t tear down existing buildings, so a piece of land is very valuable. This building will have a $45 million mansion at the base of the property, and the one we see here is a full floor. It has a full outdoor kitchen and even though it’s small, the building has all the amenities of a big building. That’s unique.” – Chris Leavitt

Old world luxury

Address: 6855 NW 122nd Ave, Parkland, Florida

Price: $4,598,000

Details: This six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 16,000 square foot Mediterranean-style estate has an indoor basketball half-court, separate gym and steamroom, state-of-the-art home theatre, billiards room, two private master suites, a gourmet kitchen and an elevator. A masterpiece!

Inside scoop: “This estate is a little further west, more in horse country. It’s obviously for people who want a big, big home and a large piece of land. It’s a totally different animal. Half the price and double the size. It’s a beauty, but the different price point illustrates what ocean front luxury is worth.” – Chris Leavitt