19th Century Townhouse off Park
NEW YORK, New York
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5 bed/4.4 bath
An extraordinarily beautiful townhouse in triple mint condition, this lovely 19th century 5 story house off Park Avenue was one of the first built in 1869 on one of the most renowned blocks on the Upper East Side. Surrounded by important architectural facades, the façade of this townhouse is dominated by a two story elliptical bay on fluted columns. The townhouse, which has an elevator, two terraces and garden, has 11 rooms including a glorious living room with grand bow window, 12’ ceiling, and 18th century fireplace, formal dining room with a terrace, paneled library with lovely bow window and fireplace, and 5 bedrooms, including one with a south terrace, and another with a grand skylight, charming dormer windows, fireplace and original pine flooring. A family room is adjacent to the chef’s kitchen, which has Gaggenau and Miele appliances, and a breakfast room in a whimsical glass gazebo leading to the garden. Exquisitely renovated, this is one of the loveliest houses on the market. REDUCED $1,000,000
Elevator, two terraces, garden, fireplaces, gazebo.
WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX
- • While we have to explain "why we like" some of our listings, this one is pretty self-explanatory.
- • That being said, we'd like to point out a few things. First of all, look at that staircase. Note to all spec builders (those of you left in the market): You don't have to do a big impressive staircase to have it look glamorous and beautiful. Really. Look at this one. It's to-die-for.
- • And ... take a quick peek at the Japanese understated garden. We love it.
For more information contact...
Louise Beit, Sotheby's