30 December 2020

14,000 Square Foot Historical Townhouse In New York, NY (FLOOR PLANS)


Sited on one of Manhattan's most elite residential blocks, this stately six-story limestone townhouse was designed by John H. Duncan of Grant's Tomb fame and built in 1910. Architect and designer William T. Georgis of Georgis & Mirgorodsky, was enlisted to restore the Beaux Arts-style residence to its Gilded Age splendor and has been modernized to complement today's exacting standards.

8 E 62nd Street features approximately 14,825 square feet of living space six bedrooms, four full and four half bathrooms, foyer and separate gallery with staircase and fireplace, an elevator, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, two butler's pantry, an eat-in gourmet kitchen with fireplace, study room, wood paneled library with fireplace, a media room with fireplace, a wood paneled wet bar, a billiards room with Hermes leather upholstered walls, an exercise room, spa area with massage room, cold pool, and sauna, wine cellar, a two-level staff suite with kitchenette, and much more. With breathtaking front and rear views of Central Park, outdoor features include Juliet balconies, rooftop garden, and an expansive rooftop terrace with lounge and dining areas, pergola, a BBQ kitchen, a Zen rock garden, and a three-jet fountain.















YEAR BUILT: 1910

SQUARE FEET: 14,825

BEDROOMS: 6

BATHROOMS: 4 full, 4 half

LIST PRICE: $65,000,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Adam Modlin of Modlin Group

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