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$77,000,000

12 East 63rd Street New York, NY 10065
7 Beds 13,000 Sq. Ft
8 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Key-Ventures
MLS# 13852632
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
Fifth Avenue anchors some of the most desirable residential real estate in Manhattan, and a majestic and pristine mansion on East 63rd street, just off of Fifth Avenue, enjoys what most would consider a perfect location with easy access to Central Park. 12 East 63rd street, located on a lot measuring 25 by 100 feet and built 90 feet deep, is a seven level mansion with approximately 13,000 interior square feet and an elevator from the lower level to the roof garden. The classic facade of brick and limestone is notable for the wide and triple windows bordered by limestone bands, which bath the home in light from both the north and south exposures. Behind the facade the property has been totally rebuilt to marry the classic grandeur of of a stately residence with 21st century technology and amenities. The interior design also represents the first residence in New York by world - renowned designer, Pierre Yves Rochon, whose work includes the George V Hotel in Paris, the Peninsula Hotel in Shanghai and the Four Seasons Hotel on Park Lane in London. Meticulous attention has been paid to using the finest materials with imported marble and stonework, as well as imported customized woodwork and cabinetry. A custom made wrought iron and brass stair rail sweeps from the spectacular foyer to the 7th floor master suite and terrace. The residence comprises 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and 3 half bathrooms, as well as a majestic double height living room, wood paneled formal dining room with a terrace and a lower level devoted to a sumptuous spa. This lower level includes a 20 foot swimming pool with reverse current and cascading waterfall, massage room, larges team room and a relaxation lounge with natural light and air from a three story high glass atrium. This magnificent home also includes a large family room, a library over looking the living room and an expansive eat in kitchen. The technology is world class with Crestron temperature and humidification control, radiant he
FEATURES:
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath

$65,000,000

71 Franklin Street New York, NY 10013
7 Beds 24,135 Sq. Ft
7 Full Baths
Courtesy Of Compass
MLS# 10218169
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a 52ft wide mega-residence in the heart of Tribeca with over 20,000sf of living space. Esteemed architect Wayne Turett has engineered plans to convert this majestic limestone landmark, set alongside Shigeru Ban s masterpiece Cast Iron House, into a 7 bedroom+ mansion with exceptional entertaining spaces, a swimming pool and a rooftop terrace with superb views. Now it may be purchased as is, or fully renovated to the most exacting standards and specifications, allowing the new owner to fully customize the property.
FEATURES:
Amenities: Pool
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Recreational Room

$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

$50,000,000

71-73 Franklin Street New York, NY 10013
7 Beds 29,925 Sq. Ft
7 Full Baths
Courtesy Of Compass
MLS# 10218170
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
"Buy this property as is to create, customize and build a once-in-a-lifetime 52 foot wide mega-residence in the heart of Tribeca with almost 30,000sf of living space. Esteemed architect Wayne Turett has engineered plans to convert this majestic limestone landmark, set alongside Shigeru Ban s masterpiece Cast Iron House, into a 7 bedroom+ mansion with exceptional entertaining spaces, a swimming pool and a rooftop terrace with superb views: purchased it as is, or fully renovated to the most exacting standards and specifications (for $65million). "
FEATURES:
Amenities: Pool
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Recreational Room

$49,500,000

19 East 61st Street New York, NY 10065
6 Beds 9,742 Sq. Ft
6 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 10292642
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS <br> The service array of a renovated white-glove building? Or the privacy of a 35 foot wide limestone mansion off Fifth Avenue? Here is the only opportunity in New York to have both. The ability to swim in a 65 foot pool and then retire to your private castle moments away from the 843 acres of Central Park. <br><br> The Carlton House Mansion at 19 East 61st Street exquisitely blends the modern conveniences of condominium living with the privacy and grandeur of a New York mansion. With just over 9,700 square feet, this extraordinary residence is now architect-ready, providing you with a superb canvas on which to fashion a single-family mansion of incredible scale. This is a unique opportunity to purchase a new 35 foot-wide mansion in core and shell state that could be totally customized by the buyer. One possible layout for this mansion could include many or all of the features described below. <br><br> Upon entering the 36 foot-long entrance gallery, ascend the curved stair to the parlor floor or ascend via the elevator. There is access to the residential lobby from this level. <br><br> Upon entering the parlor floor, the dining room could face south toward The Pierre Hotel's luminous limestone faade. Access the dining room from the stair hall or the chef's kitchen with room for a center island, breakfast area, and sitting room. Opposite the elevator could be a powder room and entry to a bedroom with a large closet and en-suite bath. At the northern end of the parlor floor is a grand 724sf terrace which includes a stair leading up to a second terrace on the entertaining floor above. The third floor entertaining space could include a grand salon with five windows south, an adjacent smaller salon with access to the 346sf terrace and stair hall, and a library with a fireplace, which can be wood or gas, and three windows north onto the terrace. <br><br> The fourth floor could be a large master bedroom suite with two full
FEATURES:
Amenities: Pool, Garden
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

12 East 79th Street New York, NY 10075
16,027 Sq. Ft
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 9514049
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
THE PERFECT MANSION BLOCK <br>The block on which this mansion is located is the only one on all of Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side that does not have an 18-story apartment building. The reason: Henry Cook, who originally owned the entire block of Fifth to Madison Avenues, from East 79th to East 78th Streets, limited the height of all buildings with deed restrictions that persist to this day. This fact provoked a New York Times writer to declare the block for all time the choicest plot of land for elegant single-family dwellings in New York City. <br><br>C.P.H. Gilbert's grand neo-Gothic mansion built for Isaac Fletcher on 79th and Fifth, today The Ukrainian Institute, anchors the northern corner of this block. Cook originally lived on Fifth Avenue at the corner of East 78th Street while he waited for his new Stanford White residence at 973 Fifth Avenue to be completed. At the time of his death, James B. Duke bought that home, 1 East 78th Street, and engaged Horace Trumbauer to erect the stately mansion that still stands at that location today. All in all, this single block has three mansions by Stanford White, three by CPH Gilbert and one by Warren and Wetmore. <br><br>LITTLE & BROWNE ARCHITECT <br>From their Boston beginnings in 1895, the architectural firm of Little and Browne designed several extraordinary Boston residences including a country home at Pride's Crossing, MA for Henry Clay Frick. Arthur Little, an MIT graduate, would partner with Herbert W.C. Browne after both received extensive training with architectural firms in Europe and later in Boston. <br><br>Built as a neo-Georgian pair from 1901-1903 under the supervision of Harvey Murdock, No. 12 was built for Mary F. Ogden and No. 14 was built for her brother, Charles W. Ogden. Charles was a well-known in the real estate industry and held title for both properties until his passing in 1935 when the deed to No. 12 was transferred to his sister, Mary, with the restriction that it be used solely
FEATURES:
Amenities: Elevator, Garden
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown

$40,000,000

17 East 65th Street New York, NY 10065
5 Beds 8,890 Sq. Ft
5 Full Baths 1 Half Bath
Courtesy Of Brown Harris Stevens
MLS# 13738393
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
"Total design is nothing more or less than relating everything to everything." -- George Nelson <br><br>SHERMAN FAIRCHILD<br>This extraordinary 25 foot wide Carriage House was erected in the International style in 1940 by William Hamby and George Nelson for Sherman M. Fairchild, a prodigiously talented American entrepreneur who founded 70 companies in aviation, photography and semiconductors and personally held over 30 patents. His father was a Co-founder and first Chairman of IBM, leaving Sherman - upon his father's death - as the largest single individual stockholder.<br><br>An exceptionally curious person, during his freshman year at Harvard, he invented the first synchronized camera shutter and flash before he was 20 years old. His airplane aerial camera became the standard in World War II, and all aerial cameras used by Allied forces were manufactured by his company to his design. One airplane that he designed, the FC-2, was chosen to accompany Charles Lindbergh on his 23,000 mile tour of America. In a short nine months his airplane manufacturing company went from initial production to being the second largest aircraft producer in the world. His Lunar Mapping Camera on Apollo Missions 15, 16 and 17 mapped 20% of the lunar surface. <br><br>FRENCH AND COMPANY<br>In 1978, French and Company, arguably the oldest continuing firm dealing in fine art, tapestries and antique furniture in American acquired the building. Predecessor firms dated back to 1830 and among their client list over the decades are Hearst, Post, Astor, Morgan, Vanderbilt, Harriman, Rockefeller, Gould, Chrysler, Du Pont, Mellon, Duke, Getty, Lehman, Kress and Schiff, just to name a few. There is hardly an American art museum collection today that does not include works of art with a French and Company provenance. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., the J. Paul Getty Museum in Lose Angeles all had deali
FEATURES:
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Half Bath

$38,000,000

125 East 65th Street New York, NY 10065
5 Beds 9,860 Sq. Ft
6 Full Baths
Courtesy Of Sothebys International Realty
MLS# 9744908
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 
Located off Park Avenue, this rare super wide 35 ft. Neo Georgian townhouse with approximately 10,600 sq. ft., 12 ft. ceilings, 6 fireplaces, over 5 bedrooms, and enchanting 35 ft. wide garden, is an extraordinary example of the renowned architect and landscape architect, Charles A. Platt (1861-1933), whose New York firm dominated the general development of American architecture in the early 20th century, and whose Georgian style mansions and country houses were regarded as the finest American examples of their genre. Built in 1905, the townhouse is imbued with Platt's original details including the paneling, fireplace mantel, painted beamed ceiling and herringbone floor in the 35 ft. drawing room on the second floor. Across the landing the dining room overlooks the extraordinarily wide garden through large bay windows. The flexible floor plan of the townhouse offers a first floor reception room off the formal entry with lovely staircase, and paneled rear library or superb paneled kitchen with huge fireplace, with windows overlooking the garden. The English basement offers the possibility of a family room/media room opening to the large garden. The upstairs offers over 5 sunny large bedrooms, varyingly voluminous and charming. The roof may become a large rooftop garden with views of downtown New York, lovely architectural views of a nearby church and charming views of townhouse gardens. This is a townhouse offering an exquisitely comfortable family life as well as an exciting entertaining style.
FEATURES:
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath
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