Originally constructed in 1899, this dignified single-family townhouse offers nearly 4,000 square feet and 4 and a half stories of space plus a full basement. The home is set on a beautiful, historic, tree-lined, Upper East Side block.
The garden level enters into a warm foyer, containing a working wood-burning fireplace, which leads the way up to the parlor floor or into the kitchen and formal dining room. The dining room contains glass french doors that lead into an extremely private and impressive garden. On the parlor floor resides the formal living room with a butlers pantry and a library with wood-paneled walls and floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The living room boasts 11' 10" ceiling heights, a double pocket door entryway, and a wood-burning fireplace.
The third floor has two gracious bedrooms, each with its own wood-burning fireplace and large closets. On the fourth floor, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Each bedroom features large windows that flood the rooms with light and draw attention to the intricate crown molding found throughout the home. Up the stairs, you will find a bonus room that can be used as a recreation room or exercise area and a rooftop deck with wonderful city views.
The home is sited on Manhattan's Upper East Side and enjoys proximity to world-renowned cultural institutions, the finest private schools, amazing restaurants, and Central Park.