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Leighton House, #20C (Douglas Elliman) Leighton House, #20C (Douglas Elliman)
Wine Enthusiast calls New York City “one of the best cities in the world to drink wine” for its numerous wine bars and extensive wine selections at popular restaurants, not to mention well-stocked wine shops all over the city for those who'd rather drink at home. But as any wine connoisseur knows, proper storage is key.

Fortunately, the city's residential developers and interior designers have begun making wine storage as easy as possible. Many of New York's luxury buildings now include dedicated wine storage in their amenity packages, and others have incorporated wine fridges into the individual apartments' appliance packages. This feature may be found in many of the city's highest-priced homes, but the following listings with wine fridges are all priced under $2,750,000.

500 Fourth Avenue, #9K (Corcoran Group)

235 East 57th Street, #5D (Sothebys International Realty)

60 Sutton Place South, #2BS (Corcoran Group)

360 East 72nd Street, #C3005 (Bond New York Properties LLC)

400 East 59th Street, #4C (Sothebys International Realty)

Blue, #4B (Sothebys International Realty)

258 Broadway, #3D (Compass)

150 East 61st Street, #7E (Serhant LLC)

The Alfie Arms, #MAIS1A (Compass)

404 3rd Street, #A1 (Corcoran Group)

Leighton House, #20C (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

868 Lorimer on the Park, #5C (Compass)

Newswalk, #311 (Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty)

Belltel Lofts, #24/25B (Compass)

590 West End Avenue, #4D (Compass)

Maverick, #7C (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

The Everly, #7D (Serhant LLC)

130 West 24th Street, #5B (Corcoran Group)
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