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$53,000,000

2 East 67th Street 5 New York, NY 10021
6 Beds
7 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Dolly Lenz Real Estate LLC
MLS# 147689
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
A magnificent grand scale, full floor residence in Fifth Avenues most prominent building embodies the very essence of luxury New York living. A dramatic entry gallery, complete with a fireplace, greets you from a private landing which open onto an expansive corner living room, oversized formal dining room, and paneled library -- all with fireplaces and facing Central Park. The grand proportions and meticulously maintained original details create an ideal setting for the most elegant living and entertainment. The large master suite features a fireplace, many closets and a luxurious master bath. Enhanced by the latest modern conveniences, including large pane windows and thru the wall a/c, this home is a rare offering satisfying the most discerning of tastes.
FEATURES:
Age: Over 50 Years Old
Amenities: Elevator, Door man
Architecture Style: Other
Cooling System: Unknown
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath, Laundry Room, Storage

$50,000,000

7 East 76th Street New York, NY 10021
9 Beds 14,000 Sq. Ft
5 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Sothebys International Realty
MLS# 97816
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
The Clarence Whitman Mansion was built in 1898 as one of a pair of limestone residences designed in the neo-Renaissance style by the prestigious architectural firm of Parish & Schroeder. 7 East 76th Street's Italianate faade is highlighted by rusticated limestone blocks on the first floor, a delicate iron balcony at the second floor and a clay tiled mansard roof. The property has benefited from the ongoing stewardship of its owners and retains many of its original details while being carefully updated in the late 1990's. Built 24.5 feet wide and including an addition to the property in the 1920's, the house is built 14,000 +/- square feet on 6 floors plus an English basement, all serviced by an elevator. Notably, the entrance gallery and dining room boast 12 foot ceilings and the parlour floor reaches even higher with 13 foot ceilings. Rarely is a townhouse layout so flexible and able to suit a prospective buyer's requirements so completely. Currently designed with formal living in mind, including two en-suite staff rooms and a professional grade catering kitchen with a back service staircase, the property also offers many modern lifestyle touches; a fully equipped gym with ballet bar, a secret card room off of the library, and a bright penthouse floor with a solarium and terrace. In terms of bedrooms, there are currently nine, and also five full and four half baths including a wonderfully proper powder room with two separate water closets ideal for entertaining on a grand scale. This exquisite property is also the ideal home for a serious art collection. In fact, from the 1940's to the 1970's, the property was owned by one of the world's leading art dealers, Sam Salz, prompting the New York Times to write on February 15th 1964, "On walls, in hallways, living rooms and bedrooms are works of Renoir, Dufy, Utrillo, Braque, Pissaro, Degas, Monet, Cezanne, Rouault, Manet, Sisley and Toulouse-Lautrec."
FEATURES:
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath
MLS# 13998898
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
The defining features of the most magnificent mansions in New York are width, quality of facade and location.<br><br> WIDTH <br>In the Gold Coast of Manhattan, defined here as East 60th Street to East 96th Street, from Fifth Avenue to Third Avenue, there are only 14 mansions that are 40 feet wide. In this unique example, 177 East 73rd Street, its 40 foot width in combination with its depth of 76 feet 8 inches deep plus a small extension renders approximately 17,232 square feet. <br><br> FACADE<br> Beaux-Arts Architecture in its various exquisite interpretations has commanded a premium through the centuries, its elegance and grace a modern manifestation of the finest elements of Greek and Roman architecture. In New York, Beaux-Arts facades are the most sought-after and the most admired, commanding the highest prices. This bold statement is five massive levels with a one story limestone and granite base and a three story element with massive windows, capped by a mansard with three unusual dormers. The sophistication of the design has been deemed quite unusual from the day it was built. Ceiling heights are extraordinary, ranging from 12 feet 6 inches to 14 feet 8 inches to 16 feet 11 inches. <br><br> LOCATION<br> While the highest prices are usually commanded by a Fifth to Madison location, the second highest price paid for a mansion at $51 Million was located on East 70th Street between Park and Lexington! <br><br> East 73rd Street is one of the most elegant on the Upper East Side. There are no buses nor is it a thoroughfare of traffic emerging from or headed toward Central Park. Joseph Pulitzer set the tone with his Venetian Renaissance mansion by McKim, Mead and White at 11 East 73rd Street and one of the firm's partners, Stanford White, completed an exquisite neo-Federal facade at 127 East 73rd Street for the illustrator Charles Dana Gibson. <br><br> CURB CUT<br> A curb cut is usually found in a carriage house, not as part of a massive 40 foot-wide Beaux-Ar
FEATURES:
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
NEWLY LISTED

$42,000,000

128 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021
7 Beds 9,050 Sq. Ft
7 Full Baths
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 14307318
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
"Architecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves." - Julia Morgan<br><br>A very few townhouses inherently embody the concept that architecture is art, and when a masterful interior decorator such as Peter Marino augments the proportions the original architect created, the result can be extraordinary. This is the case with the 30 foot wide mansion at 128 East 73rd Street. <br><br>ARCHITECT<br>A. Wallace McCrae, a master of the Neo-Georgian style, designed this building in 1928. This architect also designed a 33 foot wide building at 16 East 69th Street the same year which had been owned by Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt, widow of Cornelius Vanderbilt II. When Peter Marino's interior decoration was later added, it sold in 2010 for $48 million.<br><br>NEO-GEORGIAN STYLE<br>The objective was to follow the dictum of Vitruvius - "Nothing requires the architect's care more than the due proportions of the building" - above all, to strive to find the best proportion to achieve the most gracious and spacious interiors and exquisite flow of rooms. <br><br>The neo-Georgian style of this townhouse appeared originally in the early 20th century, drawing its roots from the Georgian architecture of Great Britain. A stunning example is the Park Crescent of John Nass in London. This style descended from the Palladian concepts and was inspired originally by Ancient Greece and Rome. <br><br>BEST BLOCK<br>There are two blocks between Park and Lexington Avenues that command prices similar to those between Fifth and Madison Avenues: East 70th Street and East 73rd Street. This is because their enchanting architectural streetscapes have been originally executed by superior architects and their work is intact to this day. On East 73rd Street, a grouping of five neo-Georgian townhouses, each one lovelier than the next, provides an exquisite northern view from this mansion. Directly opposite is 127 East 73rd Street by Stanford White. Its fifth story is set back allowing even more
FEATURES:
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath

$42,000,000

39 East 72nd Street New York, NY 10021
11 Beds
11 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Keller Williams NYC
MLS# 10223350
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
The Past as Prologue: History of The Vanderbilt MansionOriginally built in 1881 by architect B. Lynd during the Gilded Age in classical Neo-Grecian style, 39 East 72nd Street acquired its true fame as The Vanderbilt Mansion, having once been home to socialite and artist Gloria Vanderbilt; the only daughter of Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt and heiress to the Vanderbilt fortune. Standing 27 feet wide at the 72nd Street entrance to Central Park, 39 East 72nd Street was the perfect stage from which New York high society would witness Gloria embark on her journey of becoming an influential icon of fashion, art, and culture as well as mother to prestigious CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper. Mrs. Vanderbilt eventually sold her mansion to The Mangold Family, who reconfigured the building into a multifamily residence, as it has remained since, waiting to be restored to its former glory. The Architect: CetraRuddyCetraRuddy, founded in 1987 by creative geniuses John Cetra and Nancy Ruddy, has designed a diverse portfolio of prolific projects across the city ranging in both size and style, including One Madison, Walker Tower, and The Barbizon and has received numerous industry awards. CetraRuddy now has set its sights to the Vanderbilt Mansion on the Upper East Side with a vision much greater and grander than restoring it to a single family home and as a recognized leader in both historic building restoration and innovative building technology, there is no better firm for the job. The Offering: As-Is: $42,000,000 Completed 7 Story Single Family by CetraRuddy as described below: $59,000,000 The Residence: 39 East 72nd Street 39 East 72nd Street will undergo a complete historical renovation and will be expanded to 7 stories restoring the grandeur of the former Vanderbilt Mansion. To be delivered as a perfect white box , the new owner will have the ability to create a custom masterpiece, selecting all appliances and finishes to perfectly suit their taste, to be installed at new owner's cost. Extremely rare for a single family mansion, 39 East 72nd Street stands at an expansive 27 feet wide with a tremendous amount of outdoor space including two penthouse terraces, totaling 1467 square feet and a 147 SF side yard. Additionally, the massive front gated and landscaped courtyard has been grandfathered in and is the only one of its size in the city. The stately limestone entry opens to the vestibule and a baronial receiving room accented with a grand spiral staircase. The large eat in chef s kitchen is in the rear overlooking the yard with an attaching butler s pantry and service corridor with elevator access. Above on the parlor floor is a grandly proportioned great room and dining room while the 3rd through 5th floors are dedicated private quarters with 6 to 8 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. The 5th floor is the master suite, a serene oasis complete with a lavish spa bathroom, dressing room, walk in closet, additional bathroom, and an enormous sitting room. Amenities such as a massage, sauna, steam, fitness, and media room could be enjoyed on the 6th floor while the penthouse will have almost 1500 square feet of terrace plus a room perfect for entertaining. The cellar also has additional space for a recreation room opening to the yard. 39 East 72nd Street is situated between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue on 72nd Street near the 72nd Street Central Park entrance. Already vacated and landmark approved (including the additional 2 stories), it is ready to be turned into your dream home. This magnificent mansion will be 7 stories, with up to 11 bedrooms, 10 full baths, 3 powder rooms, and 20 rooms all to be fully restored. A truly historic and unprecedented opportunity. Contact Bracha New York today for a private viewing.Written By: Francine Braese
FEATURES:
Age: Over 50 Years Old
Amenities: Garden
Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Washer
Architecture Style: Other
Cooling System: Central A/C
Floor Covering: Hardwood
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Dining Room, Full Bath, Half Bath, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Recreational Room, Storage

$36,000,000

26 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021
5 Beds 7,200 Sq. Ft
6 Full Baths
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 14178152
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
Ideally located on East 73rd Street, a tree-lined block between Fifth and Madison Avenues, this 21' wide, single family townhouse clad in a limestone facade enjoys approximately 7,200 interior square feet and a finished basement. The gracious layout has 5 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms and 2 half-baths across 6-stories and an elevator that services the basement through the fifth floor. Outdoor space consists of a planted garden with trellised walls off the eat-in kitchen, a terrace off the fifth floor bedroom and a roof garden with a two-tiered, wood pallet deck. <br><br> Thoroughly gut-renovated in 2012, the home boasts new, state-of-the-art mechanical systems including a new HVAC multi-zoned system (including both new air handlers and condenser units), two-120 gallon hot water heaters, new roof, new plumbing fixtures, Savant AV system, upgraded elevator, and high-security, bullet resistant windows and doors at the first and sixth floors with security cameras, and a keyless front door entry system. <br><br> The first floor, double door entryway opens into a windowed gallery complete with custom designed plaster bricks, a wood burning fireplace with a French neoclassical stone mantel, three closets, a powder room, and an elegant staircase with hand-painted Gracie wallpaper leading to the upper floors. Beyond the gallery is a beautiful chef's kitchen that includes oak flooring, custom cabinetry, a Cippolino stone island with seating for three, Absolute Black stone countertops, and top-of-the-line appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerators, Blue Star range and a Wolf wall oven. The breakfast area enjoys southern light from a set of French doors leading into the planted garden. Flowing off the kitchen is a home office and pantry area with stairs down to the laundry room and basement. An additional set of stairs leading to the basement is hidden beneath the main staircase on this level. <br><br> The second floor is perfect for entertaining with ceilings over 11
FEATURES:
Amenities: Elevator, Garden
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath

$29,900,000

795 Fifth Avenue 2204 New York, NY 10021
4 Beds
4 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 10146629
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
ARCHITECTURE AND PROVENANCE<br>Chicago-born architect Leonard Schultze co-founded his architectural firm with partner S. Fullerton Weaver in 1921. Weaver, a protg of Franco-American architect Emmanual Louis Masqueray, alongside Schultze, a twenty-year employee of Warren and Wetmore, would go on to create some of the most architecturally significant hotels in the United States. Their first major commission came from John Bowman to design his Biltmore Hotels, most famous of which is their Coral Gables Biltmore Hotel. Later they would design The Breakers in Palm Beach.<br><br>Where they made their mark was in the design of New York's most illustrious hotels, including: The Sherry-Netherland, The Waldorf-Astoria which at the time of completion in 1931 was the world's largest hotel with 2,200 rooms, The Lexington Hotel, a resdesign of the Grand Ballroom at The Plaza in 1929 - and the illustrious Pierre Hotel.<br><br>Standing 525 feet tall, The Pierre Hotel opened in October 1930 to great fanfare. Built on the site of the former Gerry Mansion, the hotel cost $15 million to build, a staggering sum for the time, the building later sold 75 apartments to a cooperative in 1959 while the owner of the Pierre, J. Paul Getty, retained control of the hotel services and guest rooms. Now owned and operated by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, coop owners today enjoy the benefits of five-star hotel services within an historic tower at arguably one of New York's finest locations.<br><br>THE RESIDENCE<br>Enjoying north, south, east and western exposures, this four-bedroom residence offers an extraordinary amount of public and private living spaces, destined to suit the needs of any living arrangement. A grand living room faces west and north onto Central Park, flooding the main entertaining space with sunlight. With a combined expanse of over 46 feet, the living room opens to the dining room with north-facing windows, and the nearby kitchen with concealed china storage cabinets. T
FEATURES:
Age: Over 50 Years Old
Amenities: Elevator, Door man
Architecture Style: Other
Cooling System: Unknown
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath, Laundry Room

$27,500,000

740 Park Avenue 4/5D New York, NY 10021
5 Beds 7,500 Sq. Ft
6 Full Baths
Courtesy Of Compass
MLS# 10216136
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
This 16 into 14 room, 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath apartment occupies the 4th and 5th floors of the D-line at 740 Park Avenue. Replete with 41 windows, triple exposures (north, south and west), 3 wood-burning fireplaces and 21 closets, this is one of the most sought after lines in the building. Upon arriving in the private elevator vestibule, enter into the home s grand foyer with a sweeping curved staircase and brass balustrade, hidden powder room and coat closet. The elegant south facing library features a wood-burning fireplace and stately bookshelves. To the right of the gallery is a magnificent 37 by 22 living room with south and west exposures and wood-burning fireplace. The entertaining space is completed by the handsome 25 by 19 dining room and separate dining alcove. All entertaining rooms feature the original teak plank flooring in the peg and groove style. Off of the dining room is the large eat-in chef s kitchen with northwest exposure. There is significant space with a breakfast nook, center island and pantry. Beyond the kitchen are two staff rooms and a bath. Ascending the original marble staircase, the gracious master suite resides to the left of the landing. A generously sized sitting room with en suite bathroom leads to the 18 6 by 22 master bedroom, also with en suite bathroom. The master suite features a wood-burning fireplace and multiple closets. Across from the master suite is a west facing bedroom with private bath and closet. A separate wing accommodates two additional bedrooms, each with en suite bathrooms and closets. The picture moldings and wainscoting in the bedrooms are Candela s original design. At the end of the hall are three staff rooms and a hall bathroom. 740 Park Avenue was designed by Rosario Candela in 1929 and converted into a cooperative by John D. Rockefeller Jr. who resided there for many years. Residents enjoy a private health club, central laundry room, private storage and proximity to Central Park, fine dining and the world class shopping of Madison Avenue.
FEATURES:
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Recreational Room

$21,500,000

21 East 61st Street 15A New York, NY 10021
4 Beds 4,649 Sq. Ft
5 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Extell Marketing Group
MLS# 9174374
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
Extell Development Company presents The Carlton House, 21 East 61st Street. The Carlton House is being transformed into 68 exceptional 2-5BR residences. Reinterpreted and transformed to the highest standards of the 21st century, these luxury homes will set a new standard of excellence for premier developments in Manhattan.Perfectly set along Madison Avenue and East 61st Street, one of the most coveted neighborhoods on the Upper East Side, The Carlton House is surrounded by a collection of haute couture ateliers and boutiques that place Madison Avenue among the worlds most chic shopping destinations. Steps from Central park, Midtowns storied Plaza District, and the cultural riches of Fifth Avenue. The Carlton House offers the finest in culture, dining and entertainment.The brick and limestone exterior of The Carlton House is being meticulously preserved and restored to its original gracious appearance. Handsome new windows and terrace doors offer the latest in beauty, functionality and energy efficiency. Envisioned by the internationally recognized team at Katherine Newman Design, one of Architectural Digests Top 100 interior design firms, these fine homes will offer a level of quality, craftsmanship, and aesthetic integrity found only in the finest residences.
FEATURES:
Age: New Construction, Over 50 Years Old
Amenities: Pool, Door man
Appliances: Dryer, Washer
Architecture Style: Other
Parking Type: Garage
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath, Laundry Room, Servant Quarters, Storage

$19,000,000

132 East 71th Street New York, NY 10021
9,000 Sq. Ft
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 11203767
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
THE BAKWIN RESIDENCE: A COLLECTOR'S HOME<br>While originally built in 1884 as a twin to 134 East 71st Street, its Queen Anne faade was reclad in 1928 to the current neo-Federal brick at the request of the owners Drs. Harry and Ruth M. Bakwin. Ruth Morris Bakwin, a noted pediatrician and the first female intern at the Fifth Avenue Hospital in New York (now New York Medical College), co-authored several textbooks with her husband, Harry Bakwin, renowned physician and director of pediatrics at NYU. After marrying in Paris in 1925, the Bakwins began collecting Impressionist and post-Impressionist works of art which would adorn the walls of 132 East 71st Street. In the nearly 90 years since the Bakwins acquired 132 East 71st Street, the house has remained in the family throughout the generations and is now available for sale for the first time since the notable 1928 alterations. They selected this 22 foot wide townhouse for their collections of artwork and subsequently a highly-regarded musical instrument collection now a permanent collection at Oberlin College.<br><br>THE RESIDENCE<br>This is the only 22 foot-wide townhouse available for renovation on the upper east side. Having never been divided into multiple units, the exquisite and unique vision of the original architects can be seen from every doorway, in every fireplace, and from the many unique outdoor spaces of this approximately 9,000 square foot single-family home.<br><br>Entering the residence at the garden level, the chef's kitchen faces north onto East 71st Street and can be accessed via the second front door which operates as a service entrance. Positioned in the center of the house, the elegant main stair and elevator serve all floors with a service stair beginning at the garden level and rising to the parlor and third floor alongside a dumb waiter which continues upward to the fifth floor.<br><br> Measuring 23'8 x 18'8 the formal dining room in the rear of the garden floor features exceptional ori
FEATURES:
Amenities: Elevator, Garden
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
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