The five most-viewed listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in January included a private island in the Bahamas and homes on the Upper East Side and in Hoboken, N.J.
1. Park Avenue Elegance
$3.295 Million | 1133 Park Avenue, No. 3 West, Upper East Side
The most popular listing in January was a stunning three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with high ceilings, arched pocket doors, a decorative fireplace, a windowed kitchen and bathrooms, and views facing out to Park Avenue and 91st Street.
Broker: Brown Harris Stevens
2. Rosario Candela Jewel
$8.995 Million | 778 Park Avenue, No. 2FL, Upper East Side
The second most-popular listing was a three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment with 11 oversized windows overlooking Park Avenue and the grandeur that comes with a white-glove building designed by Rosario Candela.
Broker: Warburg Realty Partnership, Ltd.
3. Gilded-Age Townhouse
$50 Million | 854 Fifth Avenue, Upper East Side
Down from second place in December was this lavish, 20,000-square-foot, Beaux-Arts home with 17 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms (and landmark status) on eight levels of vast, ornately decorated spaces. Central Park awaits just across the street.
$39 Million | Big Darby Island, Exuma Cays, Bahamas
Climbing into fourth place was a 554-acre island with two miles of ocean frontage that was once the site of a plantation producing cotton and palm oil. A 1930s structure known as “the castle” could be refurbished for living.
Broker: Lightbourn Realty
5. New Jersey Luxury
$1.275 Million | 715 Grand Street, No. 3A, Hoboken, N.J.
Coming in at no. 5 was a three-bedroom in Hoboken at a fraction of the cost of a comparably appointed Manhattan apartment. The unit has a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a walk-in closet, top-of-the-line Viking appliances, and parking.
Broker: Keller Williams Realty