Ready or not, summer is winding down. What better way to prep for the post-Labor Day return to work or school than getting the home office back in order. Not sure where to begin? You can check out these listing for a little workspace inspiration or, if you're in the market for a new place, save yourself the trouble of organizing your own study and just move right into one of these fab, already-officed homes.
For those who need nature and natural light to get the creative juices flowing, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse loft at 82 Greene Street (yours for $11.75 million) has a home office with a skylight and a window that faces a planted terrace.
Off the master bedroom of this five-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bath townhouse at 27 Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights (listed at $18 million) is this tidy, windowed office, perfect for those who like to squeeze in a little extra work before bed—or first thing in the morning.
Thanks to tall ceilings and a dramatic skylight, this office on the top floor of a five-story, six-bedroom townhouse at 320 West 80th Street (priced at $9.985 million) doubles nicely as an art gallery, studio and—why not?—entertainment space.
A renovated brownstone at 30 West 85th Street (asking price: $15 million) includes seven bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, and a sophisticated wood-paneled office with a bay window and a gas fireplace.
Thanks to the addition of some clever built-ins, the hallway of a two-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 105 East 15th Street (going for $800,000) is transformed into a handy home office.
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